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Fujimizaka (Japanese: 富士見坂?, “hill for viewing Mount Fuji”) is a lane in Tokyo, Japan. It is the only place in the city with street-level views of Mount Fuji, which is 100km away. However, the construction of new high-rise buildings are expected to also make it the last place in the city to have had street-level views of the mountain. The obscuring construction has been met with opposition by some Japanese - with petitions going as high up as to the UN.[1]


  1. ^ http://www.economist.com/news/asia/21569071-capitals-last-street-level-view-mount-fuji-about-be-obscured-no-more-rising-sun Viewing Mount Fuji: No more rising sun