Mount Fuji -The Spiritual Peak of Japan – 360°Relief Map Blue Version
12cm x 12cm x 3cm || 600 grams
Materials: PVC – Polyvinyl chloride
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Sacred Replica of Mount Fuji
This Blue figure of Mount Fuji is a Relief Map measuring 12 centimeters. It displays an accurate terrain of the mountain and area.
The replica allows you to commemorate the date of conquering the mountains peak. The name and date of the customer can be noted on the base of the figure.
Gotenba, Fujimiya, Kawakuchiko, and Subashiri, are the 4 routes leading to Mount Fujis peak.
Mount Fuji Product Details
The replica measures 12 x 12 x 3 centimeters, weighs 600 grams, and the materials used for creation is PVC. Polyvinyl chloride is a common material used for construction. The material is famous for its hardness.
PVC is today’s 3rd most widely-produced synthetic plastic polymer. This is after polyethylene & polypropylene. There are about 40 million tons of PVC produced each year, and there are two forms of this: flexible and rigid.
Attachments included are the 4 trails to the mountains peak, which is on the package.
Kensin© and Mount Fuji in Blue
This Bluish replica of Mount Fuji is manufactured by Kensin©. They enhance the common methods of modeling and designing to create a legacy out of their products. Kensin© produces works of art while offering services in a fresh approach.
They demonstrate excellence and quality, recreating classic techniques and methods combined with todays technology.
Mount Fuji is the spiritual peak of the country. It is a distinct, perfectly shaped landform with a stunning snow-covered peak. Its a spot that has been worshipped for centuries due to its characteristics. It is a divine mountain that has become popular among the Japanese and foreigners alike.
The sacred spot is an inactive volcano that is about 100 kilometers from Tokyo. It is the tallest peak thats become a pilgrimage site for centuries. The mountains iconic profile has become the subject of many artworks. Often, these are Edo era prints by Hokusai & Hiroshige.
Aside from artworks, the mountain is also depicted in a lot of Japanese literature. It is also the subject of many poems throughout history. Tamako Kataoka, a modern artist of today, has depicted the sacred mountain in almost all of her works.
One can find the mountain on Honshu. In Asia, it is the 2nd tallest peak of an island in the area. Mount Fuji last erupted around the years 1707 and 1708 and has since then become dormant. It is a sight to enjoy, since the mountain can be seen standing tall on a clear day.
Mount Fuji is a mountain that has a perfect symmetrical cone that is unlike any other in Japan. Its peak is also snowcapped for about five months in a year. Thus, it has also become a favorite theme depicted in photographs and artworks.