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Mount Aso is an active volcano that represents Japan. Depending on the direction of the wind, there may be restrictions on entering the area around the crater, or it may not be possible to tour the crater depending on the weather, but our museum has two cameras installed on the Nakadake crater wall ...

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1st floor information center

In addition to selling museum admission tickets, the information center also provides information on the regulatory status of the Nakadake crater.

The Aso Sanjo Visitor Center, located in the free space on the 1st floor, provides information on the nature and culture of the Aso area,

This is an exhibition facility that comprehensively introduces the many attractions such as trekking up Mt. Aso.

The museum shop carries a wide variety of original goods that can only be obtained here.

Please buy it for your memories of Aso.

2nd floor permanent exhibition room

Exhibits include information about Aso, volcanoes from Japan and the world, Aso's grasslands and precious animals, and Aso's culture.

At the crater live broadcast corner, you can watch the crater in real time.

This is a valuable way to tour the crater when restrictions are placed on the crater.

3rd floor five-sided multi-hall

You can see the various faces of Aso and the culture that has been nurtured here.

There are two types of movies currently being screened: ``Exploring Volcanic Eruptions'' (approximately 15 minutes) and ``Encountering Aso's Volcanic Culture'' (approximately 18 minutes).

(Screen alternately every 30 minutes, subtitles (English, Korean, Chinese, French))

From the observation deck, you can see Kusasenri and Mt. Nakadake. *May be closed during bad weather.

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Near the Aso Volcano Museum is Kusasenrigahama Beach, one of Aso's most famous tourist attractions. A double crater that was formed about 30,000 years ago and has a crater that is about 400 meters long inside a crater that is about 1 km in diameter. Currently, two ponds can be seen; the pond on the west side is the outer crater floor, and the pond on the east side is the inner crater floor.

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Mount Aso is an active volcano that represents Japan. Depending on the direction of the wind, there may be restrictions on entering the area around the crater, or it may not be possible to tour the crater depending on the weather, but our museum has two cameras installed on the Nakadake crater wall and a crater wide screen that allows you to observe the crater situation in real time. there is. You can also listen to the sounds of the crater at the same time, so you can enjoy an immersive crater tour. In addition, the museum's permanent exhibitions include exhibits on the origin, topography, and geology of Aso Volcano, volcanoes in Japan and around the world, volcanic activity at Mt. Nakadake, the relationship between grasslands and people, flora and fauna, and more. You can watch movies about people's lives.

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