Mt. Fuji in your room! Check out these 8 fun Mt. Fuji themed collectibles
Japan's highest mountain, Mt. Fuji, was registered as a world heritage site in June 2013 and has become quite a hotspot for foreigners visiting Japan from around the world. For centuries, Mt. Fuji has been the inspiration of many works of art and drawings, and lately the mountain has become the theme of many fun goods and products. From chocolate to T-shirts, Japanese fans and more, we're introducing to you 8 totally cool Mt. Fuji themed goods!
Mt. Fuji T-Shirts
Kanji printed on a T-shirt is a standard souvenir when visiting Japan, but they're cool enough that you want one for youself too! How about this T-shirt with Mt. Fuji printed in large kanji? From the rising sun, crashing waves to cherry blossoms, there are plenty of unique designs to choose from.
Enjoy tea time together with Mt Fuji. The 3,776 meter mountain has been scaled down 1/180,000 and recreated as a crunchy chocolate treat. We recommend enjoying these treats with matcha green tea to match the seasonal greenery around Mt. Fuji.
Pull out tissues from the peak of Mt Fuji! How about placing this interesting tissue box case somewhere in your room? A pocket tissue case also exists for those feeling lucky, receiving free tissue packets walking around the streets of Japanese cities.
Perhaps you've seen this Mt. Fuji shaped package of Kit Kats at Japanese airports? With sweet cheese cream folded into a wafer sandwich and wrapped with strawberry flavored white chocolate, this delicious gem of a Kit Kat only exists in Japan!
When speaking of Mt. Fuji, Hokusai's famous woodblock prints and ukiyoe compositions come to mind. Ukiyoe themed cases are our favorites, but clear type cases featuring Mt. Fuji are also beautiful! Find a perfect Japanese themed case for your phone!
One of the most popular souvenirs from Mt. Fuji are senbei (rice crackers) of 7 different colors representing the views of Mt. Fuji during various seasons and times. We definitely recommend trying the spicy Red Mt. Fuji variety! It is said that Mt. Fuji in red is associated with good fortune, so maybe something lucky will happen when you eat it?
This is a terrain model of Mt. Fuji from the 5th station (standard starting point) to the peak, recreated with care and detail into an exact 1:1:1 ratio scale model, measuring 12 cm in diameter. The 4 climbing routes are printed on the package, so you can imagine and plan your own climb up Mt. Fuji while looking at the 3D map!
For getting through the hot and humid Japanese summer, a sensu (Japanese fan) is a must have. It's a great item for interior decorating as well as a standard Japanese sourvenir, but how about this unique Mt. Fuji sensu? Available in both blue and red colorways, it can also be a beautiful addition to any room as well.