Good morning, Kyushu, as Sakurajima volcano comes to life in a spectacular way

With all the earthquake activity in Kyushu with something over 1,000 tremors since April 17, Sakurajima volcano in Kyushu, located 50 kilometers from the Sendai nuclear plant, resumed activity from April 29, erupting multiple times and spewing ash sky high. Cameras in the area recorded volcanic explosions of ash rising more than 3,500 meters above the crater.

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