Water, rocks and devils: the geological impact of an active volcano

Mt. Asama, on the border of Nagano and Gunma prefectures, is one of Japan's many active volcanoes and the most active one on Honshu island.  Yet it is usually relatively approachable and some interesting sights nearby testify to its geological impact.  Two of those are Shiraito Falls and Onioshidashi Park. Just a 25 minute bus … Continue reading Water, rocks and devils: the geological impact of an active volcano