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    Posted August 31, 2014 by
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    Though the mount Everest is the highest peak of the world, Fuji is the highest in Japan. The people of the Island Country love this mount Fuji. in Japanese the mountain is called "Fuji Yama or San"   富士山は日本の美しい山です。The climbers from all over the world come to this mountain. They take part in trekking or climbing. This mountain is a volcano also and so there remains danger of erupting every time. But who pays heed to the possibility of danger ? The location of this mountain is 60 k.m south west of Tokyo. The adventurers are never afraid of natural disaster . On the contrary every year people of all countries muster-strong on the mountain and enjoy the pleasure of expedition. The mount Everest belong to Himalyan range, extending from Nepal, India and to China. This mountaineering range is more frightening to climb. Snow fall and avalanches are common dangers of Mount Everest. Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norge were the first winning climbers of Mount Everest. In spite the highest peak of the Mount Everest the importance of the Fuji is never forgotten .The beauty of Fuji is really attractive to the climbers since they can have an overview of the Japanese islands in the midst of the Pacific Ocean and Tokyo Bay.

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