You can see over the rooftops in the photo above a look at Mt. Fuji that I snapped outside the Shinkansen Train (the bullet train!) from Tokyo to Nagoya one night on my trip. This was the third time I'd taken that trip, but the first time I was able to see the mountain. Between night time darkness and/or clouds, it wasn't visible to me on the other trips. Mt. Fuji is a World Heritage Site and one of Japan's 3 "Holy Mountains" and is home to a pilgrimage that has taken place for centuries . Those of you keeping note at home, you'll notice that I've used this photo as the header of the blog for now. On mobile, I think you only see the sky in the top left portion, but on desktop, you get the full mountain. Around the archives of the blog, you'll find similar photos of t he Rocky Mountains from Denver and from the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs .