The first recorded eruption of Mount Fuji occurred in the year 781, and it has erupted 16 times since then, with the last recorded eruption occurring in 1707. Mount Fuji is currently classified as dormant, but eruption i... More »

Mount Fuji, the tallest mountain in Japan, was formed by a series of volcanic eruptions that occurred over approximately the last 100,000 years. Geologists identified four major stages of volcanic eruption in Mount Fuji'... More »

Mount Fuji is a classic cinder cone, built up by a stratovolcano. The mountain is notable for its symmetrical cone-shaped profile, which is characteristic of stratovolcanoes that have not erupted laterally. Oregon State ... More »

Mount Fuji is an active volcano whose last eruption was in 1707. According to National Geographic, Mount Fuji has a symbolic, physical, spiritual and cultural importance to Japan. At 12,380 feet, Mount Fuji, which is loc... More »

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Mount Fuji is a classic cinder cone, built up by a stratovolcano. The mountain is notable for its symmetrical cone-shaped profile, which is characteristic of stratovolcanoes that have not erupted laterally. Oregon State ... More »

The elevation of Mount Fuji is 12,380 feet. Located just over 60 miles from Tokyo, Mount Fuji is the tallest mountain in Japan and is an active volcano. The top of the mountain has a tundra climate. More »

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Mount Fuji is the tallest mountain in Japan. Located on the island of Honshu, the composite cone volcano stretches to 12,388 feet and is known for its nearly-perfect cone shape. Mount Fuji, sometimes called Mt. Fujiyama,... More »