Tallest Volcanoes in Japan

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Categories: Nature Asia Pacific
Dataset contains 43 data items (see table below).


Tallest volcanoes in Japan - the tallest volcano in Japan is the iconic Mount Fuji of Japan, at 3776 meters. Mount Fuji is classified as an active volcano with a low risk of eruption, with its last eruption being on 16 December 1707.

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The second highest volcano in Japan is Mount Ontake (or Mount Kiso Ontake) at 3,067 meters. Located in the Chūbu region,  Mount Ontake is a stratovolcano that last erupted in September 2014., Japan

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