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Sakurajima’s eruptions can cause great destruction, but its ash creates the richest soil.

Sakurajima is one of the 16 most active volcanoes on the planet. It has been constantly erupting since the mid 1950s. We visited Sakurajima when we were in Japan and after some volcanic rumblings were covered in ash and could … Continue reading

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Using / finding Internet is a little trickier than I thought it would be. At least here in the very south of Japan so posts have been sporadic. Sumimasen. On Sunday we drove to Kagoshima-shi and explored Sakurajima, the most … Continue reading

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Tokidoki orenji-jusu-o nomimasu.

While waiting for the car’s repairs this weekend (kuruma-o mimasu), instead of working on schoolwork, I made flashcards of Japanese words getting ready for our trip to Japan this spring. It’s not that I will be able to understand much … Continue reading

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