As for the Japanese, they have Fuji is considered sacred, her name is Fuji-san. According to legend, it originated in one night, in 286 BC Then the earth opened, there was a huge lake Bava, and ejected from the soil originated mountain. The Japanese believe that to climb Mount Fuji, there to meet the sunrise and visit built on top of a Shinto temple at least once in a lifetime duty for all. This is usually done when at the peak disappears snow, in the summer season. It opens with a solemn parade in Tokyo.
In July and August, while at the foot of the great mountain, you can watch the crowds of people rushing to the top. This tourists, climbers, pilgrims. Recent dressed in white, jingle bells bear and sing something like "Our feelings let it be clean, and the weather on the mountain Honourable clear." Way usually takes 4-5 hours. At the end of the season climbing celebrate Himatsuri. Evening and night around the foot of Mount Fuji, and all the way to the top of the flare of torches millions. The spectacle of lights dotted the mountain is amazing.
At the bottom of Mount Fuji is also very beautiful, always. But the most spectacular scenery in the spring, when there begin to bloom numerous fruit trees, including the famous cherry. The landscape is decorated with five envelopes the northern side of the volcano clear lakes. Around stretched small picturesque villages, and through clubs thick clouds visible radiant, snow-capped peaks. This spectacle is worth it to enjoy it.