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The future looks bright, friend.
Thanks for your interest. I've been looking to get some much-needed funding in here, so I'm glad you finally showed. I'll email you my relevant bank account info shortly.
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If he's there for a week, a walk up Fuji would take up a lot of time, if done properly. I went to catch the sunrise, which meant I took a bus from Tokyo at around 6 pm, arrived at the mountain at around 9 pm and reached the top at around 3 or 4 am, which is way to fast, by the way. The two hours I waited for the sun to rise at 6 am. were horrible because of the altitude sickness. I would recommend you bring cash, because since I didn't have any, I had to walk down the entire mountain in loose gravel, fighting sunstroke, and was lucky enough to have a random, passing taxi driver pick me up and get me to a bus station. I got back to Tokyo at around noon and slept until the next morning. So, the trip took me a little over a day, which I could spend since I was there for a few weeks. Granted, with better preparation than mine, Jeff could make it quite quick and comfortable for himself, but it's still quite a lot of time out of a week.