It snowed in Japan yesterday, and Mt. Fuji is now sporting a snow cap, a sign that winter is right around the corner. I took this shot at sunset today at my home in Yokosuka City, near the U.S. naval base. I'm sure others have taken photos of Fuji the past couple of days. If you have one, share it with us on Facebook!
Lake Shoji is a hidden gem at the base of Mt Fuji. The smallest of the Fuji Five lakes, it is beautifully quiet and serene, and completely removed from the rest of the bustling, touristy scene surrounding the famous volcano.
Mount Fuji, Japan’s tallest and most iconic mountain, is visible from all virtually anywhere in the Kanto Plain. It calls to even the most novice of climbers and adventure seekers from all over the world.
Airman 1st Class Jalen Riley, 374th Logistics Readiness Squadron combat mobility flight technician, twists canopy and suspension lines before stowing the parachute inside a recovery bag at the Combined Arms Training Center, Camp Fuji, Japan, March 25, 2020.
Soldiers with U.S. Army Aviation Battalion Japan soar the skies in a UH-60 Black Hawk Helicopter during a joint training exercise with Japan Ground Self-Defense Force members to rehearse tactical flight operations during at Camp Zama, Japan Jan. 9.