Pashadelic is a Japanese web service and app that crowdsources the best spots to take pictures of the best landmarks. The name comes from the words pasha – “click,” as in the click of a camera in Japanese – and the suffix delic (ie: psychedelic). In essence, the service enables photography fans to share their photos and, subsequently, their favorite spots for taking the photos. Flipping through the site I came across some magical photos of Mt. Fuji, perhaps Japan’s most famous and well-photographed subject. (photos by tsugiur and takuya suda)
On a related note, last year we did a week-long series on Mt. Fuji.