The last time Japan's Mount Fuji erupted, three centuries ago, the mountain rumbled for 16 days and towns at its foot were blanketed with more than a meter (three feet) of crop-destroying ash, Reuters reported. Even Tokyo , some 100 kilometers (62 miles) to the east, had several centimeters of ash in its streets, carried by a strong wind...

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