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Fun / foon Tokyo
Thursday, April 15, 2004
Official climbing season for Mount Fuji
Topic: adviceS
Gee. Some people. This clueless gaijin wannabe, " Chilibuddy" is "going to be in Tokyo at the end of the month and climbing Mt. Fuji in May!"

Dream on.
The Official climbing season for Mount Fuji is s from July 1 to the end of August.

Posted by trek/taro at 11:42 AM KDT
Updated: Sunday, April 18, 2004 9:43 AM KDT
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Thursday, April 15, 2004 - 9:44 PM KDT

Name: Gaijin-in-disguise

Taro, I'll be as frank as you are. I take offense at "Gaijin Wannabe" and I don't do anything just because its "official". My life story is walking in the Other direction. I don't care for official. And I'm not Japanese anyway.

Friday, June 18, 2004 - 5:14 PM KDT

Name: taro

>I take offense at "Gaijin Wannabe"

Well, you wanna come to country and violate the law because you're special and "not Japanese anyway": Fine. Please be aware there are mountain police that will NOT take kindly to your climbing a holy mountain, out-of season, without a special permit/registration.

Monday, June 28, 2004 - 12:54 PM KDT

Name: lee-chapman
Home Page: http://www.lee-chapman.com/tokyo_times/

http://www.lee-chapman.com/tokyo_times/2004/06/fuji_foray.html

Lee wrote:
This coming Thursday marks the start of the official Mount Fuji climbing season. Not that you can’t climb it any time you wish, but unless you know what you are doing when it comes to climbing mountains, the next 2 months are the ideal time to give it a go. If you really want to that is.
Ascending Fuji-san has a fair few advantages and disadvantages. Perhaps the main disadvantage (apart from slogging up the mountain for 7 hours or so) is that up close Fuji isn’t all that pretty. Although that’s something of an understatement, as basically it’s ugly and strewn with all kinds of rubbish.

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