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Wi-Fi at 3,776-meter peak

Monday, 10 August 2015

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Image credit: Fujisan Prefecture - Mt.Fuji Prefecture Facebook Page

 

Overseas climbers to the iconic Mount Fuji, Japan’s highest mountain and one of UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage Sites can now access free Wi-Fi services. The free Wi-Fi service which commenced on 10 July 2015 will be available at eight hotspots, including several trailheads in Shizuoka or Yamanashi prefectures that can be reached by vehicles, as well as the 3,776-meter summit.

 

The joint initiative, by NTT DOCOMO, INC., Shizuoka Prefecture and Yamanashi Prefecture, aims to attract more overseas visitors to Shizuoka and Yamanashi prefectures, home to Mount Fuji, one of Japan’s most popular destinations during the summer climbing season.

 

 

Internet Access:

1. First, check a location for Wi-Fi card;

2. Get your Wi-Fi card;

3. Check access point;
4. Select the “Welcome_to_Fujisan_Summit” SSID (User ID and  Password are found on the Wi-Fi card)
5. Lastly, enjoy the free Wi-Fi services!

 

 

The Wi-Fi card can be found at distribution sites such as trailheads on the mountain and the popular fifth station.

 

 

 

Source: NTT DOCOMO, Yamanashi Tourism Organization

 

Photos: Fujisan Prefecture - Mt.Fuji Prefecture Facebook PagePosted by Admin in Around Asia on 10 Aug 2015

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