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Ayutsubo Falls Claimed

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  • 411-0943 Sunto District, Nagaizumi, Sunto District, Japan
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A Mt. Fuji eruption occuring about 10,000 years ago created a lava flow that stretches 21 Miles (34Km) to where Mishima city's train station exists today. The flow of melting snow on Mt. Fuji's peak feeds springs of ice-cold water that emerge from under the lava flow throughout this area of Mishima. The Ayutsubo waterfall is an approximately 10 meter high waterfall with a nice view of Mt. Fuji in the back.

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UNESCO Izu Peninsula Geopark