Kaimondake (開聞岳, Kaimondake, Kaimon-dake), or Mount Kaimon, is an undissected volcano – consisting of a basal stratovolcano and a small central volcano, part of the Ibusuki field – which rises to a height of 924 metres above sea level near the city of Ibusuki in southern Kyūshū, Japan. The last eruption occurred in the year 885. Kaimondake is sometimes referred to as "the Fuji of Satsuma".
|Elevation||924 m (3,031 ft)|
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- Kaimondake - Japan Meteorological Agency (in 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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