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Mount Fuji

Mount Fuji

 Mt. Fuji After Snow at Tagonoura Bay by Hasui Kawase (c. 1932)

Mount Fuji has been throughout history a symbol for Japan, and one of the biggest inspirations for Japanese artists. One of the most commonly accepted origins of the name “fuji” is that the name sounds similar to “everlasting life.” Turning it into a very auspicious motif to depict and probably one of the most famous volcanos of the world. 

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