I supposed to have this review on Monday, however, I was stumped with a lot of blog posts to be posted. So I got here now. Well, better late than never, or should I say, nothing.

Anyway, was busy preparing and looking for Japanese news online, I stumbled into a very recent, that time – I guess (February 2), news. And it was on an active volcano in Japan – Mt. Asama which erupted on that night wherein the ashes has spewed through Philippines. The eruption of this active volcano has increased its intensity due to the other nearest active volcanoes in Japan, Mt. Sakurajima and Mt. Karymsky in Russia.

These kind of events couldn’t be stopped or prevented since Japan is lying in a fault lines that is circling the Pacific Ocean.

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