Mount Fuji has been mentioned more than a hundred times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'SoraNews24' where it has more than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Mount Fuji had the highest popularity figure in March last year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.
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[...] Parade. In addition to the festival, there are bike, boat, and even sunrise photo-safari tours. MOUNT FUJI AND LAKE KAWAGUCHI, JAPAN The blossom season in Japan begins in late March and continues [...]
[...] same level as Bijinbayashi in Niigata Prefecture. ▼ I love this shot of the rice growing with Mt. Fuji in the background; almost as if the plants themselves are inspired by the mountain to grow up [...]
[...] phenomenon in which the cloud cover becomes so thick and rolling that it looks like the ocean. Mt. Fuji is largely considered to offer Japan’s most beautiful unkai view, but as Sato’s photos show, [...]
[...] impeccable English, escorts you to your room. Fantastic views, we enjoyed Tokyo with a view of Mt. Fuji and enjoyed the normal street life. City views from the hotel’s swanky indoor pool. The [...]
[...] rejuvenation among Yorubas. In his keynote address at the roundtable which focused on Juju and Fuji genres of music, Professor Tunde Babawale explained that the rich cultural heritage of the Yoruba [...]
[...] causing a stir online. Shizuoka is a beautiful prefecture that includes iconic landmarks such as Mt. Fuji, but this snapshot making its way around the Japanese Internet has nothing to do with famously [...]
[...] home to dozens of Buddhist Zen temples and Shinto shrines. The giant buddha in Kamakura Hakone Mount Fuji After Tokyo take a short train ride to Hakone, a mountainous town west of Tokyo to indulge in [...]
[...] in the world to commit suicide. The Golden Gate Bridge is the first. Based at the bottom of Mount Fuji, this forest is thick with trees making it almost disorienting, and its rich volcanic soil has [...]
[...] down the Odakyu line to Hakone-Yumoto station. You will be greeted with a magnificent sight of Mount Fuji, coupled with a number of other attractions around the area. Hakone is, in fact, one of the [...]