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Mt. Fuji, Japan’s national symbol, finally became a UNESCO World Heritage site

On June 22, 2013, the Japanese symbolic mountain, Mt. Fuji (Fujisan), which is the highest mountain in Japan and is a traditionally popular destination for tourists, was finally officially designated as a World Heritage site by UNESCO,[...]
Mt. Fuji, Japan’s national symbol, finally became a UNESCO World Heritage site
Mt. Fuji, Japan’s national symbol, finally became a UNESCO World Heritage siteMt. Fuji, Japan’s national symbol, finally became a UNESCO World Heritage site

Via UNESCO World Heritage Centre

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Let’s NOT visit: Aokigahara Forest

Aokigahara forest, based at Mount Fuji, is a well-known suicide destination in Japan. Referred to by the local population as “Jukai” which means “sea of trees”, a word used to describe the flourishing tree growth on the dried lava soil[...]
Let’s NOT visit: Aokigahara Forest

Via Japan Times Online

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