Hidden places in Japan

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Mt. AsoThe Region of Aso in Kyushu (Japan), became UNESCO World Geo Park In September 2014. Japan`s largest volcano named “Mt.Aso” or “Asosan”. 1592 meters taller and being due to erupt at any given moment […]

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