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Overtourism: Japan's iconic Mount Fuji struggles with human traffic jams, rubbish and pollution

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A dramatic increase in visitors is causing pollution, safety concerns, and discussions about limiting access.

Added on the 13/09/2023 08:00:15 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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