富士山 (Mt. Fuji), a symbol of Japan, has finally been granted status as a World Heritage Site.
In honor, Google Japan incorporated the mountain in their logo today (although Google U.S. didn’t).
Tags: Fuji-san, Japan, Mt. Fuji, Tokyo, World Heritage, 富士山
No kidding? I would have thought it was already some kind of heritage site.
Mt. Fuji was always a national treasure in Japan … but I don’t know why it took so long to be accepted as a world treasure.
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