|Elevation||924 m (3,031 ft)|
Kaimondake volcano (開聞岳 Kaimondake?), also romanized as Kaimon-dake, situated in the Ibusuki volcanic region of southern Kyūshū, Japan, near Ibusuki is an undissected volcano which consists of a basal stratovolcano and a small central volcano. It rises 924 meters above sea level. Also known as 'Fuji of Satsuma'. The last eruption occurred in the year 885.
Mt.Kaimon & Lake Ikeda
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- Kaimondake - Japan Meteorological Agency (Japanese)
- "Kaimondake: National catalogue of the active volcanoes in Japan" (PDF). - Japan Meteorological Agency
- "Ibusuki Volcanic Field". Global Volcanism Program. Smithsonian Institution.
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