Mount Fuji saw its first snowfall of autumn on Monday, occurring two days earlier than usual and 24 days earlier than last year, the Kofu regional meteorological observatory announced Monday.
Meteorological observatory staff visually confirmed a thin layer of snow Monday morning, extending from the mountain’s peak to its base.
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