This is actually a natural geographic phenomenon, but it has a visual impact, and it is easy to find here, which is very conspicuous.
I have seen a lot of volcano parks, and I still have to be amazed by its magnificence! This is currently one of the main tourist routes in Oshima Volcano Park. From the volcanic eruption and earthquake in May 2018, several attractions have been closed in the park, and it has become the most themed project at present. On this road, there are volcanic craters connected to each other. Pieces of volcanic mud are all the way to the beach. It takes an hour to drive. Can you imagine how big it is? Many of the volcanic rocks are relatively new. It's a pity that there is no flowing magma in the park, so the adventure fun is less than half. Waiting for the magma to appear again, I believe a miracle will happen.
The Chain of Craters Road is a must-see scenic road in the Volcano Park. It takes 38 miles to drive and takes an hour to drive down. In addition to the viewing spots on the road, it takes at least three hours to go back and forth. Walking on both sides of the Chain of Craters Road is endless lava. The first time I saw this scene, I was quite excited.