Usually by July, the heat and humidity produce enough haze to make Mt. Fuji but a dim memory for those along the Shonan coast. But I guess the wind has been blowing hard enough to keep the haze at bay, because this morning, Mt. Fuji was still plenty visible.
While you can’t see it from our place, a fifteen or so minute walk up to Inamuragasaki gives a perfect view of Japan’s highest mountain—provided, of course, that the air is clear.