What Japanese city is closest to Mt Fuji?
The city of Fuji is at the base of Mount Fuji.
mt fuji is closest to Yokohama
Mt. Fuji is a dormant volcano and is the highest peak in Japan; the closest continent, therefore, would be Asia. Its closest neighbors are the Koreas and China.
As in the Fuji in "Mt. Fuji," it is: 富士
Mt Fuji Fuji-san ふじさん 富士山
The nearest large city to Mt. Fuji in Japan is the capital city of Tokyo. Mt. Fuji is over 12,000 feet above sea level at its summit.
126,771,662 and the city is Fuji City
Mount Fuji is located outside Tokyo, Japan on the island of Honshu. Climbing Mt. Fuji is a religious experience for the Japanese, who have a famous saying: "He who never climbs Fuji is a fool...he who climbs Fuji twice is twice a fool."
Not one lake surrounds Mt. Fuji. There are 5 lakes around Mt. Fuji. Saiko, Motosuko, Kawguchiko, Yamanakako & Shojinko. By the way "ko" means "lake" in Japanese.
Mt. Fuji, Mt. Naka, Mt. Tokachi, Mt. Okuhotaka, Mt. Hidaka, Mt. Chugoku, The Japanese Alps, and someone can add on to this. :D
It's in the first distrit of Albay province, Philippines. At the foot of Mt. Mayon, the closest thing to Mt. Fuji.
yes yama actually means "mounatin" so it's the japanese translation of mount fuji, they just put the "mount(ain)" part at the end.
it gives them more fertle soil for the crops
Mt Fuji is a volcano. Mt fuji was formed due to an explosion which made a hole in the shape of a cone which mt fuji.
Quito is the closest major city and Banos is the closest town.
Mt McKinley is closest to Anchorage. Anchorage is about 130 miles from Mt. McKinley and is the northernmost city in the U.S.
mt fuji Jerusalem is God's Holy City Mt Zion
mt Fuji is in japan
Mt. Fuji is dormant.
Mt Fuji is located in Japan.
mt fuji is approxamitly2ft tall
New Plymouth is the closest city to Mt Egmont/Taranaki.
It depends on what you mean. Fuji River, a river in Japan Fuji, Saga, a town in Japan Fuji, Shizuoka, a city in Japan Fuji Speedway, a major race track at the base of Mt Fuji further information at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuji
Mt Fuji is 3,776m. I climbed it.
Mt Fuji is in Japan, on the island of Honshu.
Mt Fuji (Fujiyama) is an active volcano.
Mt. Fuji is a strato volcano.
Mt Fuji latitude is 35.3624000549
Mt. Fuji is located in Japan on Honshu Island and is the highest mountain in the country. Mt. Fuji is classified as an active Stratovolcano.
Highest mountains run along side of Honshu. Some call them "the Japanese Alps", the tallest is 12,385 feet high. My Fuji is an extinct volcano.
mt. hood is closest to Rhododren oregon.
Mt Fuji last erupted in 1707
Mt. Fuji is located in Japan.
Yes there is snow on Mt. Fuji. and it pretty big!!!
The Capital of Japan is Kyoto. Tokyo, Mt. Fuji, Many of the Japanese Temples, Castles, etc.
There was a man name Jake Fuji. He fell into the volcano. | Actually no one knows what mt fuji was named after, but Jake is not a Japanese name. There would not have been any people named Jake in Japan a few hundred years ago when they named it. They probably hadn't even made contact with China at that point.
Pompeii is the closest city to Mt Vesuvius
nope. Mt. fuji has pohoehoe for lava i think
If you want to know what continent Mt. Fuji is on it's in Asia.
To say Mt. Fuji you say it like MOUNTAIN FOOJEE
In tokyo city in 1707 and it formed 600,000 years ago
Most people do Mt. Evans as a day trip from Denver, and it is about an hour away, but it is closest to Georgetown, Colorado.
Mt. Fuji volcano is on an island that is owned by Japan. Mt. Fuji is on Honshu Island in the Sea of Japan. The last time this volcano erupted was in 1707.
Mt. Fuji was formed from volcanic action (as it is considered to be an extinct volcano).
Mt Fuji has only erupted once in 1707
Mt. Fuji is on the island of Honshu, just outside of Tokyo, Japan.
Tokyo is located 70 miles east of Mt Fuji.
Mt. Fuji was last active in 1708 AD.