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Synonyms for fuji

shrubby Japanese cherry tree having pale pink blossoms

an extinct volcano in south central Honshu that is the highest peak in Japan

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Fujisan, established in 1953, has a roughly 20% share of Japan's ice cream wholesale market.
Fujisan Magazine Service (hereinfafter, "Fujisan") is Japan's first online bookshop providing access to various subscription magazines distributed as digital media over the Internet (http://www.
Fujisan Club installed a biodegrading lavatory at the mountain's fifth station last year, but it will be the first time the club sets them up at the summit.
Fujisan will also help WIT to roll out the first fully outsourced and managed emergency response and communication vehicle of the nation - Emergency Response Vehicles (WERV).
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Fujisan, the highest mountain in Japan at 3,776 metres (12,460 feet), is one of the country's most recognisable sights.
The Fujinomiya city-backed promotional team, which also includes Yuka Ide, 24, winner of the 23rd Miss Fujisan (Mt.
Fujisan says all its central kitchen sushi contains 32 mg of omega-3 DHA per serving.
The handover was made in line with a Supreme Court ruling 30 years ago acknowledging the ownership by the Fujisan Hongu Sengentaisha shrine of 3.
In the 1980s, the captain and crew of the Fujisan Maru No.
For another take on climbing Fujisan and traditional Japanese hospitals, see The Other Side of the Coin below).
In 1998, the company expanded its operation by introducing fresh sushi to major retail chains, and embarked on a plan to make Fujisan a respected brand name throughout the United States and beyond.
New items being offered this year by Fujisan Sushi include a 54-piece party boat, brown rice California roll, ocean feast plus and rainbow roll.