Complex surveys for monitoring climbers in Mt. Fuji, Japan

Yutaka Nakajima

Japan Travel Bureau Foundation

I was received the master's degree in civil engineering from the University of Tokyo in 2005. Now, I am a senior researcher of Japan Travel Bureau Foundation and a part-time lecturer at University of the Ryukyus. My main research topics are sustainable tourism, tourism policy planning and sustainable tourism indicator.


Mt. Fuji, the highest of all mountains in Japan, is a composite cone volcano that is symbolic of Japan. The mountain is open to the general public only in summer time, and during these two months of the season, nearly 300,000... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Yutaka Nakajima (Japan Travel Bureau Foundation)
  2. Natsumi Izu (Japan Travel Bureau Foundation)

Topic Areas

Topics: Protected Area Tourism , Topics: Mountain Tourism


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