Dormy Inn Kofu
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... mountain cost 500 yen when usually it costs about 120 anywhere else in Japan.
I managed to reach the top just before sundown but it was a very quick 'take a few photos and run back down' type of affair. There isn't really anything at the top of the mountain apart from the crater which is pretty cool but it doesn't really give you any sense of achievement when you arrive there. Plus, if the weather's ...
... at all these businessmen. We looked at the train that pulled up and it was full, any normal human would think its full and if we were in London it would be one of those "we will wait for the next one" moments, not here though. The first 10 men bizarrely turned around with there back to the door then what can be best described as ran and jumped onto the train... We both looked at each other in shock. Then our mate came over and invited another 5 or 6 people to squash in... then he used ...
... warm. So we sat, huddled in a corner at the peak of Mount Fuji inside a cloud with howling winds for two hours. Needless to say, it was miserable. One of the coldest experiences of my life, and I have skied in -40 degrees Celsius. This was a wet, bone chilling cold that we couldn't escape. The rest of our group showed up two by two until we were all sitting atop the tallest mountain in Japan waiting for sunrise. But it never came. The cloud just got slightly ...
... hostel and cycled round two of the five lakes that surround Fuji. This totally made up for not seeing the mountain as the scenery around the lakes was breath taking!
I am going back to Fuji in the hopes of first seeing the mountain and secondly climbing it! So watch this space for ...
It's been 13 days since we saw Mt. Fuji but it already feels forever ago. We are out on the farm and the time passes slowly but also unnoticed and the tranquility and peace of this valley surrounded by the Japanese Alps are unparalleled. But before I can begin an account of what has transpired since our arrival in the mountains of Nagano I suppose some of you might like to be caught up on previous adventures.