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Fujisan, or Mount Fuji, is a sacred place and source of artistic inspiration located in Japan

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Formula One World Championship
Final track preparations. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Preparations, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Thursday 27 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Girls! Formula One World Championship, Rd16, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Friday 10 October 2008

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2007 Japanese Grand Prix - Saturday Qualifying Fuji Speedway, Mount Fuji, Japan. 29th September 2007. Jenson Button, Honda RA107. Portrait. Helmets

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Formula One World Championship
Fernando Alonso (ESP) McLaren Mercedes MP4/22 Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Saturday 29 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Nick Heidfeld (GER) BMW Sauber F1.07. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Race Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Sunday 30 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Timo Glock (GER) Toyota TF108 Formula One World Championship, Rd16, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Japan, Friday 10 October 2008

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Formula One World Championship
Anthony Davidson (GBR) Super Aguri F1 Team and Takuma Sato (JPN) Super Aguri F1 Team talk in paddock club. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Fuji Speedway

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Formula One World Championship
Aguri Suzuki (JPN) Team Principal Super Aguri F1 Team. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Preparations, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Thursday 27 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Sebastian Vettel (GER) Scuderia Toro Rosso STR02 Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Race Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Sunday 30 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Tyres. Formula One World Championship, Rd16, Japanese Grand Prix, Preparations, Fuji Speedway, Japan, Thursday 9 October 2008

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Formula One World Championship
Toyota fans. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Friday 28 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Toyota Sushi Buffet. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Friday 28 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Fans. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Friday 28 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Heikki Kovalainen (FIN) Renault R27 Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Saturday 29 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Jenson Button (GBR) Honda RA107 Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Race Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Sunday 30 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Fernando Alonso (ESP) McLaren Mercedes MP4/22 passes the Ferrari pit personnel. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan

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Formula One World Championship
Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) Ferrari F2007. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Friday 28 September 2007

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2007 Japanese Grand Prix - Friday Practice Fuji Speedway, Mount Fuji, Japan. 28th September 2007. Ralf Schumacher, Toyota TF107. Action

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2007 Japanese Grand Prix - Friday Practice Fuji Speedway, Mount Fuji, Japan. 28th September 2007. Rubens Barrichello, Honda RA107. Portrait. Helmets

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2007 Japanese Grand Prix - Thursday Fuji Speedway, Mount Fuji, Japan. 27th September 2007. Takuma Sato, Super Aguri SA07-Honda. Portrait

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Formula One World Championship
Tony Trimmer (GBR) failed to qualify for the fourth of sixth attempts in the resurrected Maki F102A, which was retired from racing after the unsuccessful performance in the GP meeting

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Formula One World Championship
Honda display. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Race Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Sunday 30 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Tsutomu Tomita (JPN) President of Fuji International Speedway with Tadashi Yamashina (JPN) Toyota F1 Chairman Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway

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Road To Fuji
Takeshi Mitamura

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Sea of Foggy Ice and Mt.Fuji
まちゅばら/Hiroki Matsubara

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Mt.Fuji
Daiki Suzuki

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Formula One World Championship
Sebastien Bourdais (FRA) Scuderia Toro Rosso STR03 Formula One World Championship, Rd16, Japanese Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Fuji Speedway, Japan, Saturday 11 October 2008

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Formula One World Championship
Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) Ferrari F2008 Formula One World Championship, Rd16, Japanese Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Fuji Speedway, Japan, Saturday 11 October 2008

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Formula One World Championship
Mount Fuji. Formula One World Championship, Rd16, Japanese Grand Prix, Preparations, Fuji Speedway, Japan, Thursday 9 October 2008

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Formula One World Championship
Rubens Barrichello (BRA) Honda RA108 Formula One World Championship, Rd16, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Japan, Friday 10 October 2008

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Formula One World Championship
Felipe Massa (BRA) Ferrari. Formula One World Championship, Rd16, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Friday 10 October 2008

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Formula One World Championship
Seventh placed Jacques Laffite (FRA) Ligier, tries his hand at photography using a Nikomat. Japanese Grand Prix, Rd 16, Fuji, Japan, 24 October 1976

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Formula One World Championship
Anthony Davidson (GBR) Super Aguri F1 SA07. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Friday 28 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Anthony Davidson (GBR) Super Aguri F1 SA07. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Race Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Sunday 30 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Damaged wing on Takuma Sato (JPN) Super Aguri F1 Team SA07. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Race Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Sunday 30 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Anthony Davidson (GBR) Super Aguri F1 SA07. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Friday 28 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Aguri Suzuki (JPN) Team Principal Super Aguri F1 Team with the new colour scheme on the Super Aguri SA07. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji

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Formula One World Championship
Aguri Suzuki (JPN) Team Principal Super Aguri F1 Team with the new colour scheme on the Super Aguri SA07. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji

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Formula One World Championship
Anthony Davidson (GBR) Super Aguri F1 SA07 Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Friday 28 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Fans of Takuma Sato (JPN) Super Aguri F1 Team. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Race Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Sunday 30 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Takuma Sato (JPN) Super Aguri F1 Team SA07. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Saturday 29 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Anthony Davidson (GBR) Super Aguri F1 Team. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Friday 28 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Aguri Suzuki (JPN) Team Principal Super Aguri F1 Team with the new colour scheme on the Super Aguri SA07. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji

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Formula One World Championship
Takuma Sato (JPN) Super Aguri F1 Team SA07. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Race Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Sunday 30 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Takuma Sato (JPN) Super Aguri F1 Team SA07 Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Saturday 29 September 2007

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Formula One World Championship
Anthony Davidson (GBR) Super Aguri F1 SA07 leads Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) Ferrari F2007. Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Race Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan

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Formula One World Championship
Takuma Sato (JPN) Super Aguri F1 Team with Richard Connell (GBR) Super Aguri F1 Team Race Engineer Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan

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Formula One World Championship
Takuma Sato (JPN) Super Aguri F1 Team SA07 Formula One World Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Fuji Speedway, Fuji, Japan, Friday 28 September 2007



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Fujisan, sacred place and source of artistic inspiration Collection

Fujisan, or Mount Fuji, is a sacred place and source of artistic inspiration located in Japan, and is the highest mountain in Japan and an active stratovolcano. Fujisan has been a popular subject for artists throughout history, inspiring works of art from woodblock prints to modern photography and has also been recognized as one of the Three Holy Mountains of Japan and is considered a sacred site by many people. The mountain's symmetrical shape and its snow-capped peak have made it an iconic symbol of Japan that can be seen in many works of art around the world. Fujisan was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013 due to its cultural significance and its importance as an inspiration for artists throughout history.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Fujisan, Sacred Place and Source of Artistic Inspiration collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning tribute to Japan's iconic Mount Fuji. This UNESCO World Heritage site has been revered for centuries as a symbol of Japanese culture and spirituality, inspiring countless artists, poets, and writers throughout history. Our collection features a range of wall art options including framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that capture the beauty and majesty of this natural wonder. Each piece showcases different perspectives on the mountain - from sweeping landscapes to close-up details - allowing viewers to experience its awe-inspiring presence in their own unique way. Whether you're looking for a striking centerpiece for your living room or an elegant gift for someone special, the Fujisan collection offers something truly exceptional that celebrates both the cultural significance and artistic legacy of this beloved landmark.
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What are Fujisan, sacred place and source of artistic inspiration (Japan Heritage Sites Japan Asia) art prints?

Fujisan, also known as Mount Fuji, is a sacred place and source of artistic inspiration in Japan. It is an active volcano that stands at 3,776 meters tall and has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The mountain has long been considered a symbol of Japan's natural beauty and cultural heritage. Art prints featuring Fujisan are popular among art enthusiasts worldwide due to the mountain's iconic status in Japanese culture. These prints often depict the majestic peak surrounded by cherry blossoms or autumn leaves, with traditional Japanese architecture in the foreground. Fujisan art prints can be found on our website as part of their Japan Heritage Sites collection. These high-quality prints showcase the beauty and cultural significance of Fujisan while providing an opportunity for individuals to bring a piece of Japanese history into their homes or offices.
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What Fujisan, sacred place and source of artistic inspiration (Japan Heritage Sites Japan Asia) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Fujisan art prints that showcase the beauty and cultural significance of this sacred mountain in Japan. From traditional Japanese woodblock prints to contemporary photographs, there are many options available for those looking to add a touch of Fujisan-inspired art to their home or office. Some popular choices include Hokusai's iconic "The Great Wave off Kanagawa," which features Fujisan prominently in the background, as well as more modern interpretations like "Fujisan at Sunrise" by photographer Yuga Kurita. Other notable pieces include works by artists such as Utagawa Hiroshige, Kawase Hasui, and Katsushika Hokusai. Whether you're interested in classic depictions or more abstract interpretations, we have something for everyone when it comes to Fujisan art prints. With high-quality printing and a variety of sizes and framing options available, these pieces make great additions to any collection or gift for someone special.
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How do I buy Fujisan, sacred place and source of artistic inspiration (Japan Heritage Sites Japan Asia) art prints?

To buy Fujisan art prints, you can visit our online gallery of Japan Heritage Sites. There, you will find a variety of artistic interpretations of the sacred mountain that have been carefully curated by our team of experts. You can browse through the collection and select the print that speaks to you the most. Once you have chosen your desired artwork, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. At this point, you will be prompted to provide your shipping information and payment details. We take great care in ensuring that all our prints are produced using high-quality materials and printing techniques so that they retain their beauty for years to come. Whether as a gift or as an addition to your own collection, purchasing one of our Fujisan art prints is a wonderful way to bring a piece of Japanese culture into your home or office space.
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How much do How much do Fujisan, sacred place and source of artistic inspiration (Japan Heritage Sites Japan Asia) art prints cost from Media Storehouse? art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Fujisan art prints that capture the beauty and cultural significance of this sacred place. Our collection includes stunning photographs and artistic interpretations that showcase the mountain's unique features and its role as a source of inspiration for artists throughout history. While we cannot provide specific pricing information in this response, our Fujisan art prints are competitively priced to ensure accessibility for all customers. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to appreciate and enjoy these beautiful works of art. Whether you're looking to add some Japanese heritage to your home or office decor, or simply want to admire the majesty of Mount Fuji from afar, our selection of Fujisan art prints has something for everyone. Browse our collection today to find the perfect piece for your space.
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How will my Fujisan, sacred place and source of artistic inspiration (Japan Heritage Sites Japan Asia) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in delivering your Fujisan art prints to you. We use high-quality materials and packaging to ensure that your prints arrive in perfect condition. Our team of experts carefully handle each print, ensuring that it is protected during transit. Once you have placed your order, our production team will begin the printing process using state-of-the-art technology and premium quality paper. The finished product is then inspected for quality before being packaged securely for shipping. We offer a range of delivery options to suit your needs, including standard and express shipping services. You can track the progress of your order online at any time using our tracking system. Whether you are purchasing a single print or multiple pieces, rest assured that we will deliver them safely and efficiently to your doorstep so that you can enjoy these beautiful works of art for years to come.