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Volcanic Warnings (Kanto/Chubu)

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Latest Volcanic Warnings (Kanto/Chubu)
AbbreviationKeywordVolcanoIssued at
Near-crater warningLevel 2 (Do not approach the crater)Ontakesan17:00 JST, 26 June 2015
Near-crater warningLevel 2 (Do not approach the crater)Asamayama15:30 JST, 11 June 2015
Near-crater warningLevel 2 (Do not approach the crater)Kusatsu-Shiranesan18:00 JST, 03 June 2014

Current Volcanic Warnings (Kanto/Chubu)
VolcanoKeyword
NasudakeLevel 1 (Potential for increased activity)
TakaharayamaPotential for increased activity
Nikko-ShiranesanPotential for increased activity
AkagisanPotential for increased activity
HarunasanPotential for increased activity
Kusatsu-ShiranesanLevel 2 (Do not approach the crater)
AsamayamaLevel 2 (Do not approach the crater)
YokodakePotential for increased activity
Niigata-YakeyamaLevel 1 (Potential for increased activity)
MyokosanPotential for increased activity
MidagaharaPotential for increased activity
YakedakeLevel 1 (Potential for increased activity)
AkandanayamaPotential for increased activity
NorikuradakePotential for increased activity
OntakesanLevel 2 (Do not approach the crater)
HakusanLevel 1 (Potential for increased activity)
FujisanLevel 1 (Potential for increased activity)
HakoneyamaLevel 1 (Potential for increased activity)
Izu-Tobu VolcanoesLevel 1 (Potential for increased activity)

Volcanic Warnings are issued in relation to expected volcanic disasters, and detail the names of the affected areas.
Volcanic Forecasts are issued when a volcano is/becomes calm.
This page shows the latest Volcanic Warning/Forecast for each volcano.
The Volcanic Forecasts shown here are those issued in the last 30 days.