The Fuji are regional landmarks that have sealed caches of seeds and instructional books nearby.

  • Bungo Fuji in Ōita Prefecture
is Mt. Yufudake, where the cache is marked by a statue of the Buddha Dainichi.
  • Ogino Fuji in Kanagawa Prefecture
is Mt. Kyogatake, where the cache is marked by a statue of Monjubosatsu, the bodhisattva Manjusri.
  • Kobe Fuji in Hyogo Prefecture
is Mount Futatabi of the Rokkō Mountains; marked by a statue of Accala.
  • Natori Fuji in Miyagi Prefecture
is Mt. Taihaku, near Sendai, where the cache is marked by a statue of Kokūzō (Akasagarbha)
  • Akan Fuji in Hokkaidō
is Mt. Meakandake, where the cache is marked by a statue of Senju-Kannon, the goddess of mercy.
  • Tosa Fuji in ...
is Mt. Takamori, marked by a statue of Mahasthamaprapta
  • Noto Fuji in ...
is Mt. Takatsume-ya, marked by a still unknown statue.
  • Fuji
is a ghost ship which is adrift at sea in a vast ship graveyard. It is marked by a painting of the buddha Samanthabadra riding on a white elephant's back. This Fuji was the only one kept hidden and used as a humans' shelter at the same time.
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