Akagi volcano is a broad stratovolcano located in central Honshu, 110 km NNW of Tokyo. It is part of the Akagi Prefectural Par.
The volcano contains a 3 x 4 km diameter summit caldera which contains lake Ono in the NE.
It is uncertain whether the volcano has erupted in the past 2000 years. Reports about possible activity in the 9th century, in 1251 and 1938 are considered unreliable.
One of the world's most famous volcanoes looming over the City of Naples
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