Our short stay in Tokyo allowed for only a brief excursion out of the City. This is the famous Fujiyama. Seeing it in person - even from a bus window has in this photo - reveals the true size of this massive peak. At 3,776 m (12,388 ft), mount Fuji is well down the list of the worlds highest mountains. Everest, by comparison, is more than double the height of Fuji at 8,848 m (29,029 ft). The suffix 'yama' means mountain Japanese so Mount Fuji and Fujiyama are correct, Mount Fujiyama is redundant and therefore incorrect.