When fall comes and cold temperatures set in, a patchwork of brilliant colors is slowly moving from the peak into the valley.
There are only a handful of volcanologists and seismologists to monitor Japan’s lineup of active volcanoes, from Sakurajima to Izu Oshima to Mount Fuji.
This mid-summer spectacle was born from fear, nourished by hope, and today is an expression of unbridled joy and universal yearning for good health.
“Tongans know their needs better than foreign visitors. Aid needs to be reframed as solidarity, not as benevolence.”
This acclaimed mountaineer and environmentalist wants to see Japan make preparations to protect the country and its people from disaster when that happens.
A working committee of the Japanese government’s Central Disaster Management Council, chaired by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, released a report on March 31 on the...
Shinji Ono Recently, spells of fierce eruptions with dramatic lava flows have been occurring on Kilauea volcano on the island of Hawaii, also known...