American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- See Mount Fuji.
- n. an extinct volcano in south central Honshu that is the highest peak in Japan; last erupted in 1707; famous for its symmetrical snow-capped peak; a sacred mountain and site for pilgrimages
“Far the most famous of all the Japanese mountains, however, is that named Fuji-san, but commonly termed in English Fujiyama or Fusiyama.”
“From the window we looked out on the distant sacred mountain, Fujiyama, which is revered by all Japan.”
“As the Wiki page makes clear, the Japanese phrase 富士山 is read Fuji-san, not "Fujiyama," by native speakers.”
“- that comprise the melody and solo frameworks for Desmond in "Fujiyama" are a beautiful contrast to the relatively straight-ahead ballad style featured on "Zen Is When," with its 4 / 4 time sling rhythm and simple melody - extrapolated by Brubeck in purely Japanese whole tone scale on the harmony.”
“Buy this book by Kairi Fujiyama; adapted by Mari Morimoto”
“He has these wonderful layers, and Fujiyama slowly reveals each one.”
“The introduction of these new characters allows Fujiyama to create some wonderful costume and character designs.”
“The tower was, of course, the sacred mountain of the Japanese, Fujiyama.”
“Fujiyama apparently refused to talk in any further detail about the tricks that were exposed.”
“The broadcasters "instantly deprived professional magicians of their assets," built up through the accumulation of ideas and long-term practice, magician Shintaro Fujiyama was quoted as telling a press conference.”
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