One of Japan’s most active 火山 (volcanoes), 桜島 (Sakurajima) has been erupting for the past few days.
Tags: Japan, Japanese, Miyazaki, Sakurajima, Tokyo, volcano
This reminds me of the movie we saw titled “I Wish.” I don’t know what the Japanese title was originally. It showed how there was always ashes from the volcano messing up the homes and streets.
I think you mean 「奇跡」(kiseki)… it means “Miracle”.
I haven’t watched it but I remember seeing the previews for it on TV a couple years ago … it’s about divorce, isn’t it?
Is there a volcano eruption in that movie too?
nature is so cool
Unless you’re a victim of one of it’s disasters!
well yes but it is some bragging rights, I mean how many can say a volcano got them?
I’ve been through enough natural disasters (no volcano eruptions)… thankfully without injury to my family.
I hope to never be in any more!
Pretty but scary. Hope everyone is okay.
It shot rock and lava pretty far … but, thankfully, no injuries so far.
Awesome picture! I love volcanoes, so long as no one is injured.
Well, Japan has many.
Most of them are dormant … 富士山 (Mt. Fuji) is, of course, the most famous.
But if you like active volcanoes, you’d like 桜島 (Sakurajima).
I’m just glad there are no volcanoes near Tokyo!
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