Mount Fuji -The Spiritual Peak of Japan – 360°Relief Map Golden Version
12cm x 12cm x 3cm
Materials: PVC – Polyvinyl chloride
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The Spiritual Peak of Japan
As the spiritual peak of Japan, Kensin replicated Mount Fuji as a unique and perfect piece. It exhibits a cone-shaped volcano with a snow covered top to match.
Since it’s worshiped and claimed as a divine mountain, this is a figure crafted with expertise. Thus, providing utmost beauty and charm to everyone. Mount Fuji is not only popular among the Japanese, but also among tourists worldwide. It has been a spectacle for centuries.
Creating based on the standard ideas and modelling methods of today, Kensin is able to come up with works of art. They provide services with the freshest and most unique approaches. It is to offer outstanding and quality products for all to enjoy.
The packaging of this replica has a nice design featuring the 4 trails up to the top of Mount Fuji. While at the bottom part, there is enough space for owners to have their names written. They can also include the date when they purchased the replica.
The replica of Mount Fuji is only for display and is not suitable for use as a real map. Its 4 trails are only painted and remember that these do not 100% match the exact roads. The four routes displayed are Fujimiya, Kawakuchi, Gotenba, and Subashiri.
With the approval from the Geographical Survey director, Kensin used the common map data. It has a nice gold finish to it, leaving it looking stunning and more aesthetic.
Materials used in the creation of this Mount Fuji replica is PVC. It measures 12 x 12 x 3 centimeters, and weighs 600 grams with the 4 trails attached in the package.
Mount Fuji has a height of 3,776 meters, making it the tallest mountain in Japan. Its been worshipped for centuries as a sacred mountain. This is all because of its height and almost perfect shape.
The features caused the mountain to gain huge popularity. This is amongst locals and tourists alike.
Mount Fuji is active and has erupted in the year 1707. It can be found on the border between Shizuoka and Yamanashi. The mountain can also be seen from Yokohama and Tokyo on clear days.
Another way to see Mount Fuji is via train from Tokyo and Osaka. When taking the Shinkansen from Tokyo to Kyoto, Nagoya, and Osaka, Mount Fujis best view is around Shin Fuji Station.
The Sacred Site
The mountain has been a sacred spot for practitioners of Shinto. This has occurred for at least 7 centuries.
Shinto is the indigenous spirituality or faith of Japan. Its shrines honor Kami who is the faith’s supernatural deity. Princess Konohana Sakuya is its deity whose symbol is the cherry blossom.
She has a collection of shrines called the Segen shrines. The main ones can be located at the summit and base of Mount Fuji.