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To Fuziyama And Back

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This chapter describes the author's travel experiences during his visit to Fuziyama. Fuziyama, the loftiest and most celebrated peak of Japan, can be ascended with comfort, one can say with safety, only in the months of July and August, and occasionally in the early part of September. At all other times its summit is covered with snow. Many roads lead to Fuziyama, and the author has naturally determined to vary his journey by selecting a different returning route from that through which he has come. The author abandons the valley of Miyanoshita, and makes a circuit by the way of Hakone Lake a very famous sheet of water in native legend and poetry.

Keywords: Fuziyama; Hakone Lake; Miyanoshita



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