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1万4千年前の富士山の噴火で流れた『三島溶岩流』は富士山から三島市の中心部まで流れ、最大厚さは約30mに達します。

そのときに、火山ガスが抜けて形成されました。
国内の溶岩洞穴では原型を保っているものとしては最も古く、富士山麓では最大の大きさです。
本穴は入口から240mほどありますが、洞内の生態系保護のため、入口から154mで立入禁止になっています。

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送信日: 11/01/2013
更新日: 24/04/2014
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