550 Square Miles of Volcanoes, Sea Caves, and Adventure

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The Izu Peninsula sits on top of the Philippine tectonic plate where it now slides down under two other plates at the rate of 48 to 84mm annually at a point near Mt. Fuji. This makes for spectacular scenery including waterfalls, cliffs, mountains, and sea caves.

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