Aogashima Volcano, Japan Japan

Aogashima (“blue island”) is a volcanic Japanese island in the Philippine Sea. The island is administered by Tokyo and located approximately 358 kilometres south of Tokyo and 64 kilometres south of Hachijō-jima. It is the southernmost and most isolated inhabited island of the Izu archipelago. A whole stretch of tropical and sometimes uninhabited islands called the Izu Islands are technically part of Tokyo. Volcanic islands? Not typically what comes to mind when you think of Tokyo. He island itself is a giant volcanic crater, and within that crater there’s another, smaller volcano. Aogashima is still considered an active Class-C volcano though it last erupted in the 1780′s. When last erupted it killed nearly half of the island’s population and forced the remaining inhabitants to flee. It took just fifty years for the people to return. Today, some 200 brave villagers live on the island.

Aogashima Volcano, Japan
Aogashima Volcano, Japan
Aogashima Volcano, Japan
Aogashima Volcano, Japan
Aogashima Volcano, Japan

Aogashima Volcanic Island - A Stunning Paradise

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Aogashima Tokyo Japan, Tokyo, Tokyo

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