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A jewel that is in no way inferior to the beauty of Fuji

You may be familiar with the popularity of a convenience store in Japan with Mount Fuji in the background. It is so popular that many foreign tourists visit it and compete to take photos in front of it.

Who would have thought that there is also a mini market in Indonesia with an equally breathtaking view in the background? The beauty is located in Wonosobo, Central Java. The mini market offers a beautiful view of Mount Sindoro, like in Japan. Its charm also successfully amazed netizens.

A post on the Instagram account @staywithrizzz caught the attention of a wider public, especially the Indonesian population.

How not? The upload shows a mini market with a breathtaking view of nature.

When uploading, the mini market offers an attraction in the form of a magnificent view of Mount Sindoro behind it.

In addition, the atmosphere at the time the photo was taken seemed bright and the blue color of the sky complemented the natural landscape.

Visitors are treated to mountain panoramas while they relax and enjoy the mountain scenery while shopping or buying snacks for friends.

The place is actually considered exotic as it is located on the side of the road flanked by two large mountains, Mount Sumbing and Sindoro.

“Same epic, the difference is the power cable πŸ™ˆπŸ™ˆπŸ™ˆ,” wrote account rondweasley.

β€œThe only difference is that there are no annoying cables in Japan πŸ”₯,” wrote the account imam.firman_.

These are several comments that Internet users left on the post, which was liked by millions.

Tourist misbehavior prompts Japanese government to close Mount Fuji viewing point

Courtesy of Tempo

On the other hand, the convenience store in Japan, known for its beautiful backdrop of Mount Fuji, appears to be seeing an increase in tourist numbers.

Apparently, local residents were fed up with the behavior of tourists trying to take photos in front of this mini-market and finally decided to put up a net to block the view.

However, the 2.5-meter-high and 20-meter-wide black net that blocks the view of Mount Fuji in Japan did not stop unruly tourists from taking photos.

Unfortunately, about a week after the installation, on Tuesday, May 21, 2024, the local government reported that the net was riddled with about ten small holes, each the size of a finger.

The unnamed official said they had posted security guards to monitor the black net between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. local time. The holes now found in the giant barrier, he said, were created without guards.

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