Volcano which erupted 116,523 tons of molten sulfur
Shiretokoiozan is an active volcano located in northern part of Japan.
It is an only one volcano on the earth which erupt a huge amount of molten
sulfur. In 1936 Shiretokoiozan spouted 200,000 tons of sulfur at the Crater
One and it flowed more than 1.5 kilometers along Kamuiwakka Creek. It has
not erupted for 78 years since the last eruption. I guess next eruption
is coming soon.
What Shiretoko Iozan is:
ShiretokoIozan, which eruppted molten sulfur
Molten sulfur eruption diagram
Shiretokoiozan Excursion Guide
The Crater One and the summit of Shiretokoiozan on the right