• May 09, 2016

JAL Tells Which Side of the Plane to See Mt. Fuji on Its Global Website

Tokyo May 09, 2016: Japan Airlines (JAL) unveiled a webpage called “Which Side is Mt. Fuji?” to tell which window side customers can see Mt. Fuji on its domestic flights. This service is in response to many customers’ interest in knowing which side Mt. Fuji can be seen in the cabin during their flights. Customers are able to access to this special page in advance through JAL’s global website (www.jal.com), which covers 26 regions worldwide. 


Recognized as a national symbol of Japan and named the World Heritage Site by UNESCO in June 2013, Mt. Fuji has gained more fans around the world. Viewing this Japan’s highest mountain from the sky will deliver an exciting experience to our customers. To enable worldwide customers easily find which window side to see this breathtaking scenery when flying JAL within Japan, this special page is provided in both Japanese and English on JAL’s global website.

URL of “Which Side is Mt. Fuji?”

PC site:

http://www.jal.co.jp/en/dom/mt_fuji/ (English)

http://www.jal.co.jp/dom/mt_fuji/ (Japanese)


Mobile site:

https://sp.jal.co.jp/en/dom/mt_fuji/ (English)

https://sp.jal.co.jp/dom/mt_fuji/ (Japanese)


Search which side to see Mt. Fuji on JAL’s domestic routes

Frequently asked questions about seeing Mt. Fuji from a plane window

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