Oops sorry, my mistake.
This was shot in the Japanese Northern Alps, in the Tateyama range.
A pretty cold place. The ridge where the image was taken is swept by strong wind, and not much snow accumulates there, but up to 15 m of snow accumulate in the valley just below.
The place is easy to reach in the summer, since it is only a 3 hours trek with a 1500 feet elevation difference. Things are a bit tougher in the winter and bringing crampons and ice axe is a very good idea. Camping nearby is the only way to get these conditions and very few people camp around there. Temp dropped to -17c that night. Either way, the access point to the start of the trek closes end of Nov and only opens back mid April.
In the mean time, only a few hardcore winter climbers with a lot of time to spare and good skills give the place a try...