The reason I draw this is because at the Nihongo Gakkou where I study now, there's this tradition to make a book of stories written by the second year students (which will be graduate). And In front of the book there's always an illustration made by one of the students. Since my teacher says to give it a shot, so I draw this.
This picture title, Hagoromo, supposed to be one of the famous story in Japan
"A fisherman is walking with his companions at night when he finds the Hagoromo, the magical feather-mantle of a tennin (an aerial spirit or celestial dancer) hanging on a bough. The tennin sees him taking it and demands its return—she cannot return to Heaven without it. The fisherman argues with her, and finally promises to return it, if she will show him her dance or part of it. She accepts his offer. The Chorus explains the dance as symbolic of the daily changes of the moon. The words about "three, five, and fifteen" refer to the number of nights in the moon's changes. In the finale, the tennin disappears like a mountain slowly hidden in mist." (Source: [link]
It was believed that the location of Hagoromo was in Shimizu, Shizuoka. Or at least, at Shimizu, this story was so famous. And since my school's location is near Shimizu (well.. It's in Shizuoka too.. =_=a), so I choose this theme.
And about the Fuji mountain? Well.. From my place, you can see Fuji-san clearly.. ^^ Tee~hee!
Well I guess that's all