Yesterday I went to the top of Mori tower at Roppongi Hills. It’s still amazing to view Tokyo from above and I can’t resist to go up each time I have a chance.
The atmosphere in the afternoon was not that clear, but I was in the neighborhood so I decided to go. I arrived around one hour before sunset to take pictures with every kind of light. As the sun was going down, I discovered behind the moutains on the west side of Tokyo that little cone that everyone knows. The air was getting clearer during sunset and the Fujisan was perfectly visible. It was really a good surprise as I’ve never seen it from Tokyo before and I was on its top one month ago. And I heard that usually we can see it from Tokyo in winter and in the morning. But I think I was less surprised than this Spanish tourist screaming : “Furi!!”
More pictures about Fuji here.