Eruption Mount Shindake Japan

Without serious warning the Japanese volcano Mt Shindake suddenly erupted friday the 29th of may

Mount Shindake is located on a small island in the southern regions of Japan

The volcano erupted about 10 a.m. (0100 GMT) in spectacular fashion, spewing towering black-gray clouds into the sky.

 More than 100 people have been ordered to evacuate after a volcano erupted on the tiny southern Japanese island of Kuchinoerabu on Friday morning.

Spectacular TV footage captured the moment Mount Shindake exploded, sending columns of thick, black smoke high into the air.





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