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  1. Anonymous
    Anonymous at |

    UAU, Sooo coool!!!

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  2. How I Save Money to Travel So Much | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] of your friends are out and about, I recommend envisioning yourself backpacking through Europe or climbing Mount Fuji to feel better. By the time you’re there, your friends will probably wish followed your lead and […]

  3. The Two Most Important Things to Know Before Traveling to Japan | The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] Finally, if you are going to Japan, you might be interested in climbing Mount Fuji. It is pretty awesome and not nearly as hard as it looks. This article I prepared explains everything you need to know to climb Mount Fuji. […]

  4. Tony Smyth
    Tony Smyth at |

    Climbed it 2 years ago (at the age of 62!) Here are the photos from my site: https://tokyotales365.com/climbing-mount-fuji-not-a-task-for-wimps/

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  5. Cheapest Way to Get from San Francisco Airport to Silicon Valley - 2019

    […] airport is a big international hub for flights from Asia. In other words, if you’re coming from Japan, South Korea, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, or even India, you’ll probably arrive in the United […]

  6. 14 Best Festivals Around the World (& How to Attend Them!)  - The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] Fuji Rock Festival first took place in 1997 at the base of Mount Fuji and is today the largest outdoor music festival in Japan. Despite its name, the festival no longer […]

  7. 13 Best Websites to Take Online Courses & Classes (Free & Paid Options)  - The Art of Backpacking & Adventures to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

    […] the historical moments that most interest you. If you love learning about the middle ages or feudal Japan, you can bet there is an online course out there that will teach you everything you ever wanted to […]

  8. A 10-day Itinerary For Japan - What To Do, See And Eat

    […] Beyond Tokyo’s borders is the lush valley of Hakone, complete with traditional inns and hot springs. It is most beautiful in autumn when the oscillating mountains are strewn in reds and oranges, especially seen from the open terrace of the Hakone Open Air Museum. The only thing more stunning than the mountains is the Hakone Venetian Glass Museum, comprised of delicate glassware on display and for sale, as well as a strolling garden with strung up lights. Glittering Lake Ashi also overlooks Mt. Fuji; Hakone has some of the best views of this iconic landmark. If you’re up for a challenge why not hike the mighty peak? Here’s everything you need to know before climbing Mt. Fuji. […]

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