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Japan Mount Fuji Five Lakes stamp timbre francobolli Briefmarke issued 1999 Laka Yamanaka

Japan 1999, Fuji Five Lakes, Lake Yamanaka.
(existing imperforated left and imperforated right)

The name Fuji Five Lakes comes from the fact, that there are five lakes formed by previous eruptions of Mount Fuji. The five lakes are located in an arc around the northern half of Mount Fuji.

Lake Yamanaka is the largest of the five lakes and also the third highest lake in Japan (980 m above sea level).

 

 Japan Mount Fuji Five Lakes stamp timbre francobolli Briefmarke issued 1999 Lake Kawaguchi

Japan 1999, Fuji Five Lakes, Lake Kawaguchi.
(existing imperforated left and imperforated right)

 

Japan Mount Fuji Five Lakes stamp timbre francobolli Briefmarke issued 1999 Lake Saiko

Japan 1999, Fuji Five Lakes, Lake Saiko.
(existing imperforated left and imperforated right)

 

Japan Mount Fuji Five Lakes stamp timbre francobolli Briefmarke issued 1999 Lake Soji

Japan 1999, Fuji Five Lakes, Lake Soji.
(existing imperforated left and imperforated right)

 

Japan 1999, Fuji Five Lakes, Lake Soji.
(existing imperforated left(bottom and imperforated right/bottom)

 

The Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō" 30th station, Maisaka-juku stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli

Japan 2000
"The Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō" (30th station, "Maisaka-juku"). 
Present day: located on the eastern shores of Lake Hamana in Shizuoka Prefecture.

View of Imaki Point jutting out into the sea, and a white Fuji (without outline) in the distance. This station was a fishing port lying on the south-eastern edge of Lake Hamana. The Lake Hamana and the Pacific Ocean meet at this point and travellers had to cross this mouth of the lake by boats.

 

apan Mount Fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli Utagawa Hiroshige

Japan 2001
Mount Fuji and Ashitaka-yama in the foreground.
"The Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō" (13th station: Hara-juku). 

Two women wayfarers, and a coolie carrying their boxes, passing along by rice fields, overlooked by the huge snowy mass of Fuji. The neighbourhood of Hara is considered the best vantage point for magnificent views of Mount Fuji. In the Edo Period, travelling on the highway was considered very dangerous and woman travellers were usually accompanied by their manservant.  

 

Japan Mount Fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli

Japan 2001, Mount Fuji.

Japan Mount Fuji, Yamanashi Prefecture stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli 1991

Japan 2001, Mount Fuji.

 

Japan fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued Japan 2002 Hiroshige

Japan 2002, Mount Fuji, painting of Utagawa Hiroshige.
"The Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō" (16th station: Yui). 

 

Japan fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued Japan 2003 Hiroshige

Japan 2003, Mount Fuji, painting of Utagawa Hiroshige.
"The Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō" (2nd station: Kawasaki).

 

 Japan Fuji stamp timbre francobolli Briefmarke issued 2003

Japan 2003, Mount Fuji
"58th Sport Festival, Shizuoka".  

 

Japan Fuji stamp timbre francobolli Briefmarke issued 2004

Japan 2004, Mount Fuji
Painting of Frederic Harris.

 

Japan Fuji stamp timbre francobolli Briefmarke issued 2004

 Japan 2004, Mount Fuji, painting of Utagawa Hiroshige.
The Mount Fuji appearing behind Shonan Daira in the background
"The Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō" (7th station: Hiratsuka).

 

Japan Fuji stamp timbre francobolli Briefmarke issued 2004

Japan 2004, Mount Fuji.

 

Japan Fuji stamp timbre francobolli Briefmarke issued 2005

Japan 2005, Mount Fuji.

 

Japan Fuji stamp timbre francobolli Briefmarke issued 2006

Japan 2006, Mount Fuji.

 

Japan Fuji stamp timbre francobolli Briefmarke issued 2006

Japan 2006, Mount Fuji.

 

Japan 2006, Mount Fuji.

 

Japan Fuji volcano stamp timbre francobolli Briefmarke issued 2006

Japan 2006, Mount Fuji.

 

Japan 2008
Picture of the series "Meisho Edo Hyakkei" (One Hundred Famous Views of Edo) of Utagawa Hiroshige.
(Edo, also Yedo or Yeddo is the former name of Tokyo)
Suido Bridge and Suruga Hill (picture 63)

The Mt. Fuji in the background.
The stamps were issued in the sheet "Ukoye–e–prints".

 

Japan Fuji volcano stamp timbre francobolli Briefmarke issued

Japan 2007, Mount Fuji.

 

Meisho Edo Hyakkei Hiroshige stamp Briefmarke francobolli timbre Mount Fuji 2011 Mannen Bridge and the Fukagawa DistrictMeisho Edo Hyakkei Hiroshige stamp Briefmarke francobolli timbre Mount Fuji 2011 The Eight View Bridge

Japan 2008
Pictures of the series "Meisho Edo Hyakkei" (One Hundred Famous Views of Edo) of Utagawa Hiroshige.
(Edo, also Yedo or Yeddo is the former name of Tokyo)
Mannen Bridge and the Fukagawa District (picture 51)
The Eight View Bridge (picture 62)

The Mt. Fuji in the background.
The stamps were issued in the sheet "Ukoye–e–prints".

 

Japan Fuji volcano stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued 2008

Japan 2008, Mount Fuji, miniaturesheet "Japan Weeks". 

 

Japan Indonesia Mount Fuji stamp timbre francobolli BriefmarkeJapan Indonesia Mount Fuji stamp timbre francobolli Briefmarke issued 2008

Japan / Indonesia 2008, Mount Fuji.
The stamps were issued in the miniaturesheets
"Japan — Indonesia Joint Issue"
(The Indonesia stamp is existing imperforated as well)

 

Japan Hungary Mount Fuji stamp timbre francobolli Briefmarke issued by Japan 2009Japan Hungary Mount Fuji stamp timbre francobolli Briefmarke issued by Hungary 2009

Japan / Hungary 2009, Mount Fuji.
The stamps were issued in the miniaturesheets
"Japan — Hungary Joint Issue".

 

Japan 2010
Picture of the series "Meisho Edo Hyakkei" (One Hundred Famous Views of Edo) of Utagawa Hiroshige.
(Edo, also Yedo or Yeddo is the former name of Tokyo)
Clearing Weather after Snow at Nihon Bridge (picture 1)
The stamp was issued in the series Ukiyoe Series 2009

 

Meisho Edo Hyakkei Hiroshige stamp Briefmarke francobolli timbre Mount Fuji 2011 SurugachoMeisho Edo Hyakkei Hiroshige stamp Briefmarke francobolli timbre Mount Fuji 2011 The Dyers' DistrictMeisho Edo Hyakkei Hiroshige stamp Briefmarke francobolli timbre Mount Fuji 2011 Celebration of the Cock Festival in the Ricefields near Asa

Japan 2010
Pictures of the series "Meisho Edo Hyakkei" (One Hundred Famous Views of Edo) of Utagawa Hiroshige.
(Edo, also Yedo or Yeddo is the former name of Tokyo)
Surugacho (picture 8)
The Dyers' District (picture 75)
Celebration of the Cock Festival in the Ricefields near Asa (picture 101)

The Mt. Fuji in the background.
The stamps were issued in the sheet "Ukoye–e–prints".

 

 

Japan Fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke Francobolli issued 2010

Japan 2010, Mount Fuji.

 

Meisho Edo Hyakkei Hiroshige stamp Briefmarke francobolli timbre Mount Fuji 2011 Tanabata festivalMeisho Edo Hyakkei Hiroshige stamp Briefmarke francobolli timbre Mount Fuji 2011 Jiji-Teahouse of Meguro

Japan 2011
Pictures of the series "Meisho Edo Hyakkei" (One Hundred Famous Views of Edo) of Utagawa Hiroshige.
(Edo, also Yedo or Yeddo is the former name of Tokyo)
Prosperity Throughout the City during the Tanabata Festival (picture 73)
The Old Man's Tea Shop at Meguro (picture 64).

The Mt. Fuji in the background.
The stamps were issued in the sheet "Ukoye–e–prints".

 

Japan Mount Fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued Philanippon 2011 Hokusai

 

 

Japan 2011
Phila Nippon 2011
Ten views of the "Thirty-six views of Mount Fuji" (Ukoye–e–prints of Katsushika Hokusai)

Japan 2011, "Phila Nippon 2011"
Ten views of the "Thirty-six views of Mount Fuji"
(Ukoye–e–prints of Katsushika Hokusai)

1) Rainstorm Beneath the Summit (picture 3).
2) View from Fujimigahara in Owari Province (picture 9).
3) Hodogaya on the Tōkaidō (picture 26).
4) Mishima Pass in Kai Province (picture 33)
5) Mount Fuji reflects in Lake Kawaguchi (picture 25).
6) South Wind Clear Sky (picture 2).
7) View from Sekiya by Sumida River (picture 22).
8) The Kazusa Province sea route (Tokio Bay / picture 20).
9) View from Hongan-ji Temple at Asakusa (picture 28).
10) View from Senju Musashi Province (picture 7).

Japan Mount Fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued 2011 Philanippon goldfoil

Japan 2011, "Philanippon 2011"
The Illustration is showing Mount Fuji.
(Ukoye–e–print of Katsushika Hokusai)
(printed an gold- and aluminium foil) 

Japan Mount Fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued 2011 Philanippon

Japan 2011, Phila Nippon 2011"
One stamp of the sheet shows the Mt. Fuji as well.
(Ukoye–e–print of Katsushika Hokusai)

 

Japan Mount Fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued 2011 Mountains series

Japan 2011, Mount Fuji.

Japan 2011, Mount Fuji, seen from Mamanashi Prefecture.
The stamp was issued in the sheet "Japanese Mountains Series No 1".

 

Japan Mount Fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued 2011Japan Mount Fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued 2011

Japan 2011, Mount Fuji in the background.
The stamps were issued in the sheet "Hometowns-Scenes in My Heart series 10".

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