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sunset in Mt.fuji
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この場所はおそらく、一般人の入れる日本で一番高い場所です。

その上の鉄塔は残念ながら、立入禁止との看板が設置されています。
剣ヶ峰の二等三角点から5mほど高くなるので、標高3780mぐらいになるでしょう。
この日は良く晴れていて雲海が綺麗に見えてラッキーでした。
手持ちの水が少ないので、御来光も撮りたかったですが、下山することにしました。

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Copyright: Kiyoharu Takamura
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Resolution: 9256x4628
送信日: 13/01/2012
更新日: 22/04/2014
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Tags: sunset; fuji; kengamine; mt.fuji; fujisan; summit; peak
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