Sunday, June 11, 2017

An active volcano,Mt.Sakurajima, 噴火する桜島。

Mt.Sakurajima is located in Sakurajima island.
We stayed in Sakurajima from morning until evening.


The mountain view from Shiroyama park in Mainland Kyusyu.











From Sengan-en.


Sengan-en is a former feudal lord' garden.


A big stone lantern a lion is located on the top.


We got on a car ferry with our rental car.


We arrived at the island. 
Hibiscus blossoms and the mountain.


The gate of a shrine was almost buried by a big eruption.


The monument is written. 
" There was an small island here, but became
an area of the part of Sakurajima island."


The highest observation area where sightseeing people can go.


We were exposed by volcanic ashes here.


We were expose by volcanic ashes here too.


On the water port, We could see the eruption clearly.


We were on a car ferry,
Good bye Mt.Sakurajima.

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37 comments:

  1. Hi. Your photos is so awesome. Have a great Sunday.

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    1. Dear matti.
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  2. アクティブに行動されて色々な所から、桜島を撮影されたのですね。海の上から青い空にぽっかり浮かぶ桜島は清々しいです。年中もくもくと煙を吐く煙で地元の方は大変かもしれませんが。
    桜島でポット頭に浮かぶのは血気盛んな歌手の長渕剛さんの桜島の絵や歌です。以前は元気もらってました。今はもう静かに噴火している桜島の方が好きです。

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    1. Dear Tomoko sama.
      こんばんは。ありがとうございます。長渕剛さんの記念公園も行って来ました。オブジェが私の趣味に合わないので載せませんでした。

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  3. Beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing :-)

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  4. Absolutely gorgeous! Thank you so much for sharing this magnificent beauty! Happy Sunday to you!

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  5. That's so cool to see an erupting volcano!

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  6. Belos olhares nestas fotos fabulosas
    E que passeio incrível
    Uma feliz semana
    Abraços

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  8. What a beautiful place and some fine photos. But an active volcano that close to a city is scary!

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  9. I've seen one volcano which simply smoked some - no lava, just a sulfer smell. It was an experience for me as I'd never seen one before. I believe an erupting volcano would give me a heart attack.
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/06/pretty-view-in-ladies-loo.html

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  12. What a stunning view! #mysundayphoto

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  13. This is very impressive! I have seen some activity in volcanos but not something like this. Was it scary or everything seemed normal? What an experience!

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    1. Dear Ruth.
      Thank you very much for your comment. It's common that the mountain would erupt many days.
      The lasting eruptions would not become a new in this area.

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  14. I would be very thrilled and excited to see a volcano erupting out the ashes and smoke like this. This is the wonders of our mother nature. How far is this place from Tokyo?

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    1. Thank you very much for your comment. Sakurajima is located in Kagoshima prefecture. Most southern prefecture in Kyusyu.
      It takes 1 hour and half from Tokyo by airplane.
      http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e4601.html

      you can find how to go there by above site.

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  15. Amazing experience to travel and see an active vulcano! Incredible aspects captured; as always, so lovely views, even with the ashes in the air...
    And the feudal garden with blue iris blossoms is so beautiful, as all places seen!
    Many thanks for such a great tour and interesting experience observed by you and family.
    A great day and week, too!

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  16. Piękne zdjęcia jestem pełna podziwu.Pozdrawiam serdecznie.

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  17. もしかして、ロンドン後にも旅行ではと思いのぞいてみるとやはり・・・。ほんと、パワフルですね。素敵な光景見せていただきましたが、このポストでは特に空と雲、海、山のコラボがナイスショット! 

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    1. Dear Yoko sama.
      こんばんは。ありがとうございます。報道記者になったつもりで書きました。

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