Komoike pond and Shiratakikoen park
Spring water Lava of Mishima, which flowed out during the volcanic eruption of Mt. Fuji of about 10...
Geosite Moving Earth Natural spring&Hot spring
Pillow lava and magmatic dykes of the Nishina group Most of the Nishina group of soil strata, which...
Geosite Submarine Volcano Key site
The Mihama Cape is a narrow long accumulation of sand and gravel in the form of a ‘spit.’ The landfo...
Biodiversity Culture&History Moving Earth
Landform of Minamizaki Volcano Since the coastlines around Irozaki were formed in a process where a...
Biodiversity Large Terrestrial Volcano Lookout
Cross-section of the Sukumoyama Volcano scoria cone; layer of volcanic ash from Chojagahara Volcano ...
Geosite Izu Tobu Volcanos Moving Earth Strata
Anakiri Coast Trail
Lava flow from Mt. Amagi, striped pattern of soil strata and sea caves eroded by wave action. Most ...
Geosite Large Terrestrial Volcano Strata
Cross-section of a submarine volcano The Senganmon Rocks are a part of a volcanic neck, and the ‘ga...
Geosite Culture&History Submarine Volcano
Volcanic neck The basalt complex that rose from underground and pierced the thick pumice layer that...
Geosite Waterfalls&Lake Columnar joints
Kuchino (path cut open through submarine volcanic deposit)
A number of stone quarries for excavating ‘soft Izu stones’ can be found. Volcanis ash and pumice f...
Geosite Culture&History Submarine Volcano Strata