Queen guitarist Brian May has posted a new photo series of ‘Mount Fuji’ on his official Instagram page, revealing that he was excited to be back in Japan.

Last week, Queen and Adam Lambert were in South Korea for their huge concert. After the meeting with Korean fans, they set out for their show in Japan. 

As we all know, on January 25 and 26, they will reunite Japanese fans at Japan’s Saitama Super Arena.

In the statement of his photos, Brian paid attention to the dangerous volcano that endangers human life. He also stated that he was very excited to come back to Japan.

Here’s what Brian captioned:

“A thrill !!! Like a cherished old friend, FUJI-San – the perfect snowy cone of Mount Fuji, appeared beside us as we approached Tokyo this afternoon. I think I probably took my first hyper stereo of this beautiful volcano mountain about 45 years ago!

But the magic is still there. These days I like sharing this stuff with our shared IG community. Do you notice anything odd about the clouds nestling around the base of the mountain? I could try to explain later … but tell me what you think. Very exciting returning to Japan.”

He continued:

“QUEEN’s relationship with the Japanese people has been extraordinary and enduring, and now enters yet another phase – post-Bohemian Rhapsody the movie. Both in Korea and Japan, its success has been monumental, more than we could have dreamed.

It’s given us a precious opportunity to make contact with a whole new generation of music fans, and I like to think that we can be a small part of global harmony and understanding.

Our perspective as travelers of the world has made it abundantly clear to me that there are few things more important in the world than Peace. I pray that our leaders have not forgotten that. Bri”

An Instagram user named momochan_1408 said this:

“Welcome to Japan. I’ve been waiting for you to come🥰🥰🥰🥰Have a good tine in Japan”

Another fan named sweetbrian39 wrote this:

“Welcome to Japan!! I’m so so happy that you guys are in my country now!”

See the Instagram post below.

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A thrill !!! Like a cherished old friend, FUJI-San – the perfect snowy cone of Mount Fuji, appeared beside us as we approached Tokyo this afternoon. I think I probably took my first hyperstereo of this beautiful volcano mountain about 45 years ago ! But the magic is still there. These days I like sharing this stuff with our shared IG community. Do you notice anything odd about the clouds nestling around the base of the mountain ? I could try to explain later … but tell me what you think. Very exciting returning to Japan. QUEEN’s relationship with the Japanese people has been extraordinary and enduring, and now enters yet another phase – post Bohemian Rhapsody the movie. Both in Korea and Japan, its success has been monumental, more than we could have dreamed. It’s given us a precious opportunity to make contact with a whole new generation of music fans, and I like to think that we can be a small part of global harmony and understanding. Our perspective as travellers of the world has made it abundantly clear to me that there are few things more important in the world than Peace. I pray that our leaders have not forgotten that. Bri

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