There's nothing really that new or exciting about the thousand-year old Mount Fuji, except that it was officially designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013. This sparked new interest about Japan's highest mountain and since, there has been a lot of merchandise created to draw attention to this event.
If you don't have the time to make the trek to visit the mountain, a good plan B is to visit the Highland Resort Hotel and Spa at the Fuji-Q Highland amusement park, which serves mountain-themed foods that challenge the hungry to conquer them. The Mount Fuji-inspired foods include a six-person platter sashimi and vegetables cut into the shapes of hills and mountains, steamed egg custard that's been arranged to look like a picturesque scene and a towering dessert topped with fruit. The limited Mount Fuji-themed foods will be available from now until the end of August.
Mountainous Heritage Site Meals
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