Risks of another eruption at Mt. Aso in Kumamoto Prefecture remains high. As of October 27, one week after the eruption of the Nakadake crater, stronger and more frequent volcanic tremors were observed. The regional headquarter of the Japan Meteorological Agency continues to prohibit people from entering a radius of about two kilometers around the crater. Meanwhile, tourist activities can be enjoyed outside the restricted area. Source: Asahi / NHK
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