It's easy to forget about the geography of Japan.
The Kanto plains, stretching out from the Tokyo metropolis, are uniformly flat and relatively warm this time of year.
But a mere 100 kilometers away, at the base of Mt. Fuji, the lakes have frozen over.
Keep this in mind, and pack a jacket.
I have seen frozen ponds in Tokyo. I'm not sure why as we've only hit 0 a few times and then only in the middle of the night. Maybe water freezes at higher temps here or something.
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