ASO, Kumamoto Prefecture - City officials and business operators that on 8 October eruption of Mount Aso Kumamoto tourism could harm the governor expressed concern about unfounded rumors.
"It is a significant false information," Kumamoto Governor Ikuo Kabashima, who visited the city on October 9 Aso told reporters. "We have to send the data to a misunderstanding that has been affected by the eruption of the Aso region want to prevent."
At the foot of Mount Aso, Japan's southernmost main island of Kyushu is a Prefectural road was reopened a day after the eruption of the city.
Visitors Kusasenrigahama, a meadow and to popular tourist spots, grass field No. 1 Nakadake summit crater, where the eruption occurred photos, and take. Kusasenrigahama found very little ash.
Earlier, on October 9, city officials ash from the eruption of how the crops were damaged around Kabashima said. Local shop owners and tourists in the area around the Shrine Asojinja he talked with.
In some parts of Aso volcanic ash and lapillus seriously damaged crops. In approximately 5 kilometers northeast of the volcanic vent vegetable fields covered most of the leaves have been overwhelmed by ash and sticky.
"I am afraid, all the vegetables from carrots, Chinese cabbage Garland Chrysanthemum and I, have been damaged," a 72-year-old woman who said that a restaurant serves vegetables grown here.