Mt. Fuji World Heritage Center

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Mt. Fuji World Heritage Center

The highly anticipated world heritage center Mount Fuji designed by Shigeru Ban was inaugurated in Japan.

The structure will be a landmark that celebrates the relatively recent status of the mountain as a UNESCO heritage as well as its symbolic value for the country. The design is articulated around an inverted cross-cone that refers to the shape of the dormant volcano.

The Mt. Fuji World Heritage Center intends to provide future generations with a space dedicated to understanding and observing the importance of the mountain, renowned for its symmetry and serenity. The 4,300-square-meter complex features an observation room that offers spectacular panoramic views of the landscape. Visitors can climb a 193-meter spiral trail leading to the observation tower. The track, also designed by Shigeru Ban, gives visitors the feeling of actually climbing the mountain.


Monte Fuji World Heritage Center
Monte Fuji World Heritage Center
Monte Fuji World Heritage Center
Monte Fuji World Heritage Center
Monte Fuji World Heritage Center
Monte Fuji World Heritage Center
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