The video shows a rare form of cloud that floated above Mount Fuji in Japan on Wednesday morning. The Japanese call it "tsurushi-gumo," which means "hanging cloud."
According to Gawker.com, BBC reported on Thursday that the "hat-shaped" cloud was spotted hanging over Mount Fuji on Wednesday morning. The cloud appeared over the mountain after a typhoon swept through the region.
The video shows the cloud with a cylindrical body and a wide bottom like a hat
BBC's Peter Dobbie said the cloud was likely caused by the typhoon. Gawker reports that the cloud disappeared after about 30 minutes.