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With a height of 3,776 meters, the venerated volcanic Mount Fuji is not only Japan's highest and most iconic mountain, but was also regarded as a holy place in Shinto until the Meiji Restoration.
Legend has it that a woodsman named Visu was awoken by a thunderous noise coming from beneath the Earth. He grabbed his family intending to flee and as he left his hosue he saw that the land near his home had taken the form of a great mountain. Amazed and astonished at the sight of it, Visu named it "Fuji-yama", the Never-Dying Mountain.
Home of goddesses, premiere destination for pilgrages, and a great inspiration for aspiring artists and storytellers—may this wood watch model serve as a reminder of this great mountain, and may the dormant stratovolcano continue to fill us with a sense of wonder.
- Case: 38mm diameter, made of padauk
- Dial: Leadwood with a fine texture
- Movement: Quartz movement by Citizen
- Band: 16mm width, adjustable length, made of padauk