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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Fuji

Mount Fuji located on Honshu Island, is the highest mountain in Japan at 3,776.24 m (12,389 ft). An active stratovolcano that last erupted in 1707–08, Mount Fuji lies about .... In Shinto mythology, Kuninotokotachi (国之常立神, Kuninotokotachi-no-Kami, in Kojiki)(国常立尊, Kuninotokotachi-no-Mikoto, in Nihon Shoki) is one of ...

www.japan-talk.com/jt/new/mount-fuji

May 11, 2015 ... Mount Fuji is a volcano that towers over Japan. ... According to the legend, Mount Fuji's fires were ignited by an Emperor who was love sick ...

volcano.oregonstate.edu/book/export/html/1023

From the beginnings of recorded history in Japan, Mt. Fuji has been important to Japanese culture, tradition, myth and legend (2). The mountain was considered ...

www.ancient.eu/Mount_Fuji

Apr 12, 2017 ... Mt. Fuji (Fujisan) is the tallest mountain in Japan and, with its ... The volcano is regarded as a sacred kami or spirit in the Shinto religion, ... In the 15th century CE, a mythology developed which associated Mt. Fuji with ...

www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Mount_Fuji

Mount Fuji is the tallest volcano and the highest mountain in Japan .... Shugendo myths relate that the first ascent of Mount Fuji was made in 663 C.E. by the ...

guidable.co/culture/the-myths-and-facts-about-mount-fuji

Jun 29, 2017 ... The myths and facts about Mount Fuji ... Fuji-san is a stratovolcano, which means it is made of lava and ash, located at the Honshu Island, ...

www.ancientpages.com/2017/02/23/towering-sacred-mt-fuji-abode-of-the-immortals-in-ancient-japanese-beliefs

Feb 23, 2017 ... This symmetrical volcano raises to 3776 m (12,388 feet) and ... A Buddhist myth tells that Mt. Fuji was a female and another mountain, Mt. Haku ...

www.smithsonianmag.com/travel/mount-fuji-endures-powerful-force-japan-180962782

Eternally mysterious Mount Fuji, as seen from Lake Kawaguchiko, remains a powerful ... Another interpretation, “deathless,” echoes Taoist belief that the volcano .... According to local legend, during the 1800s the Japanese custom of ubasute, ...

japanesemythology.wordpress.com/how-mt-fuji-got-its-snow-a-legend-of-asama-jinja

This account is excerpted from Mt Fuji and its religious traditions: "Asama Jinja in Studies in Shinto and Shrines (6 July 2013) by R.A.B. Ponsonby-Fane Less ...