Things to do in Tokyo in winter, part 1

Look for Mount Fuji. It’s usually visible during this time of year because the crisp winter air holds less moisture – amongst other things – which would otherwise obscure that beautiful white peak.

It's somewhat faraway, unfortunately. I'm rather tempted to take a trip down to Shizuoka just to have a better look...

It’s somewhat faraway, unfortunately. I’m rather tempted to take
a trip down to Shizuoka just to have a better look…

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MAG fan, freelance translator and political scientist-in-training. I also love musicals, travel and figure skating!

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