Name that Mountain
Did you guess Mt. Fuji? It's understandable because both mountains have similar silhouettes.
This one is Mt. Yotei, and it is in Hokkaido. It overlooks the town of Niseko.
Niseko has two claims to fame. One is the incomparable powder snow in winter that draws visitors to Niseko from around the world. The other claim to fame? Niseko is probably the only place in Japan where you are more likely to hear English being spoken than Japanese. Why? Because of the powder snow. Winter in Japan is summer vacation time for Australians.
Isn't it a marvel that our planet has complementary hemispheres?
G'day from Niseko, with love!