Fuji and Takaosan are among the most famous mountains in Japan.
Not to mention that Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan, from Shizuoka Prefecture to Yamanashi Prefecture, known as an active volcano. His graceful appearance is not only recognized worldwide as Japan's symbol, but also the subject of many works of art that have a significant influence on artistic performance.
On us too. The view, which serves as the design of our products, can be seen from the Hachioji station.
What? The Alps also exist in Japan? Indeed, the Northern Alps are the common name for the Hida Mountains, which extend across the prefectures of Toyama, Niigata, Gifu and Nagano.
The Northern Alps are also called the Japanese Alps when they are grouped together with the Kiso Mountains (the Central Alps) and the Akashi Mountains (the Southern Alps), the mutual name "Japanese Alps" was given by the British mining engineer William Gowland in the Meiji period.
Yes, the English again. But we are happy to have immortalized one of the most beautiful mountain ranges of the Japanese main island on our products.