Mt. Fuji seen from the Fuji River° 3°ň
[ID] 613°°°°( ID:613 )
[Photographer] unknown
[Place] Shizuoka
[Date] unknown
[Color] color
[Size] 137x91
[Cabinet] 14-3-0
[Keyword] view/Fuji/river
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During the Edo era, the lack of sophisticated civil engineering techniques made the construction of bridges impossible over many rivers. Fuji River was one. There were no bridges, and travelers had a hard time crossing the river. From the Meiji era, abundant water made this location a base for the paper industry.