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added on : December 26, 2022
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The notoriously shy Mt. Fuji is best sighted from Tokyo in the cooler winter months. Check out the following three spots for some of the city's best views of Japan's tallest mountain, which reaches 3,776 meters into the sky.
Catch sight of Mt. Fuji on clear days from the tower's two observation decks, the Tembo Deck at 350 meters and the Tembo Galleria at 450 meters. A real treat is seeing Diamond Fuji, which is when the sun sets over Mt. Fuji’s summit. Aim for around November 6 to 8 and February 3 to 5 to witness this special sunset.
The seat of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government boasts one of Tokyo’s best views—and it’s free. The building’s two observation decks on the 45th floor offer outstanding views of the city and Mt. Fuji beyond. Your best chance to see Mt. Fuji is between December and February when visibility is at its best.
Sunny winter mornings are your best bet for a Mt. Fuji sighting from Haneda. Mt. Fuji can be seen from the sixth floor at Terminal 1 and from rooftop observation decks at Terminal 3. From Terminal 3, admire Mt. Fuji from Fujimidai at the far north end of the fifth-floor observation deck.
|Address||1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida City, Tokyo|
|Address||2-8-1 Nishi Shinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tokyo|
|URL||Tokyo Metropolitan Government|
|Address||Hanedakuko, Ota City, Tokyo|
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