As of 9pm the typhoon is lingering off the east coast of Tokyo, surprisingly unable to push through the landmass to the Sea of Japan.
Over the course of the evening the typhoon will continue pushing against the coast but it scheduled to lose power in this process and start moving north as it weakens. Its weakening so fast that by 9am tomorrow the system is forecast to have lost most of its land-battering power, although it will still remain strong at sea.
As such, our forecast models are calling for harsh conditions to subside by 9am, with winds at the summit predicted to be a topical 30kph (by 9am) moving down to 15kph by the end of the day.
Of course climbers should assess real life conditions on the mountain to decide whether or not to climb.
This is a regularly updated Mt. Fuji weather report provided for general informational purposes to the public. The report describes current weather conditions and issues and is not intended to be used as a forecast or an indication of whether or not one should climb Fuji.