36 Nepalis scale Mount Fuji
KATHMANDU: Thirty-six Nepalis living in Japan have successfully scaled the highest mountain of Japan, Mount Fuji, on Sunday.
A Nepali lawyer working in Japan, Balram Shrestha, told Rastriya Samachar Samiti that the Nepalis climbed the 3,776-meters Mount Fuji at the same time.
The programme was organised with an objective of further strengthening the relation between Nepal and Japan. Of them, 28 are male and eight are female. The Nepalis have set a world record by scaling the Mount Fuji at the single time.
According to latest estimates, around 85,000 Nepalis are currently living in Japan.
Published Date: Tuesday, September 18th, 2018 | 10:27 AM
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