Rishiri Island in Hokkaido, the northernmost point of Japan, has a cone-shaped volcano with an altitude of more than 1,700 meters: Mount Rishiri; it is also called "Rishiri Fuji" because of its shape resembling the famous Mount Fuji. The main village at the foot of the mountain is named: Rishiri Fujicho. Rishiri Mountain overlooked from the plane, like a giant sea mother floating in the blue sea;
The lush vegetation sets off its charming and heroic...
Mount Rishiri is the first of the 100 famous mountains in Japan because it is counted from north to south. Mount Rishiri is known as the sea Fuji. Because in the middle of the island, you can see its majestic appearance no matter where you go. But the top of the mountain is often in the clouds, let's look at luck.
It looks a bit like Mount Fuji, and the view is pretty good.
Mount Rishiri, at an altitude of more than 1,700 meters, is not only a treasure house of alpine plants, but also many rare species.
A good place to climb the mountain and exercise. You can also stay on it for one night.