Climbing a Few of Japan's 100 Famous Mountains - Volume 5: Mt. Kumotori

Not everyone summits mountains and not everyone can capture the experience with stunning photographs. Daniel and Kazuya have done just that! Join them for their several climbs of Mt. Kumotori in the Kanto Region of Japan, the peak of which divides the prefectures of Tokyo, Yamanashi and Saitama, and view through their camera's eye the sights from the highest point in Tokyo. More

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About Daniel H. Wieczorek

Daniel Wieczorek was born in 1947 in Ionia, Michigan. He graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.S. in Forestry in 1969. He moved to Oregon to work in the field of forestry in 1971. That was followed by a move to Alaska in 1975, where he continued his career in forestry. After about a 14 year career in forestry, Daniel decided to do something different and he served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in The Philippines from 1985 – 1987. Upon completion of his Peace Corps service he returned to Alaska, where he attended the University of Alaska – Fairbanks and received an M.B.A. in 1991. This was followed by a move to South Korea in 1992, where Daniel taught English to Korean people wishing to improve their English Language skills. Daniel’s next stop was in New York City, where he worked as temporary staff at Deutsche Bank from 1998 – 2001. He left NYC in March 2001 and moved on to his present home in Mitaka City, Tokyo, Japan. He is teaching English in Japan and at this time he’s been teaching as a career for about 17 years. He has been hiking, climbing and doing photography since he was about 12 years old.

About the Series: Climbing a Few of Japan's 100 Famous Mountains
This 13 Volume Series includes photos and stories of our climbs of thirteen of Japan's 100 Famous Mountains.

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