Mount Fuji in the twilight

If you go to Japan, you have to go to Tokyo. If you go to Tokyo, you have to go to Mount Fuji.

Mount Fuji is the highest peak in Japan, and the summit is snowy all year round. There are five lakes under Mount Fuji, surrounded by virgin forests, waterfalls, and mountain plants. Not only beautiful scenery throughout the year, but also a variety of leisure and entertainment venues, suitable for camping, swimming, fishing, etc. in summer, suitable for ski skating in winter.
Mount Fuji is hailed by the Japanese people as a saint place and is a symbol of the Japanese nation. As one of Japan’s national symbols, it has a worldwide reputation. Since ancient times, the name of this mountain has often appeared in the traditional Japanese poetry “Harmony”. Japanese poets have praised it with poems such as “Jade fan hanging over the East China Sea” and “Fuji white snow reflecting the sun”.
Mount Fuji is one of the largest active volcanoes in the world. It is currently dormant, but geologists still include it as an active volcano. Since the writings were written in 781, a total of 18 eruptions have occurred. The last eruption was in 1707, and has been dormant since then.
This place is full of peace and harmony, anyone visiting would have such a feeling of calming down.