What Type of Volcano is Mt Fuji?

Mt. Fuji in Japan is a composite volcano, sometimes called stratovolcanoes. Composite volcanoes are mostly steep-sided cones and may rise as much as 8,000 feet above their bases. Other composite volcanoes are Mt. Cotopaxi in Ecuador, Mt. Shasta in California, Mt. Hood in Oregon, Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Rainier in Washington. You can find more information here: