My wife and I climbed it in 2007. If you search through the forums you will find a similar question to yours.
No glaciers, so no crevasses. Biggest objective dangers are avalanche and wind.
We phoned ahead and booked a night at the mountain hut at the base of the mountain. Only by booking ahead could we get a meal. The hut was named something like Satogaya and was opened for ski mountaineers.
We got a bit lost on descent due to the conical nature of the mountain and we were lucky we did some GPS waypoints on the way up. We took axe, rope and crampons. Didnt use the rope. We were also very lucky to catch the last bus down that was just taking tourists to the shops at the base of the mountain.Approaching summit Mt Fuji - May 2007
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