Mt. Mihara (三原山)
"Mt. Mihara is a 758-meter high volcano situated roughly in the middle of Izu Oshima Island. Originally created by a volcanic eruption in 1777, Mt. Mihara has continued to erupt on a fairly regular basis since then, giving it the appearance that it has today. The most recent major eruption was in 1986; the ""Godzilla Rock"" that emerged during that eruption is a popular tourist attraction. There are hiking trails on and around the mountain; visitors can choose the route that best suits their interests and their state of physical fitness. The mouth of the volcano, at the summit, is a shaft-like crater that is roughly 300 meters wide and over 200 meters deep; because of the absence of any obstructions, there are superb views from the summit."
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