(Source: Yamanashi Travel Guide Website)
Fujii said a tremor "greatly increases" the chance of an eruption in a country that has experienced nearly 12,000 earthquakes since the magnitude 9.0 tremor that led to disaster on March 11, 2011.
"They always forget about the volcanoes," he said. "The government has never included Mt. Fuji in its earthquake scenarios."
Fujii's job is to change that. More than a year after the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear power plant meltdown that scarred a generation of Japanese, the government is still working to close the gaps in its disaster response.
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