Asama Volcano Museum

The Asama Volcano Museum (浅間火山博物館, Asama-kazan Hakubutsukan?), close to the active complex volcano Mount Asama in Japan, is a museum that explains volcanoes.

The museum is in Naganohara-machi, Agatsuma-gun, Gunma Prefecture. As of early 2009, it was open from April until November.

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