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Izu-shichito

(ē`zo͞o-shēchē`tō), island group, extending c.300 mi (480 km) S of Tokyo Bay, Japan. O-shima is the largest of these volcanic islands, which are now tourist attractions. The islands, formerly used for penal settlements, are known for their production of camellia oil. They are also called the Seven Isles of Izu.
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The high-performance rotorcraft is fully-operational and is capable of covering the entire Tokyo region, including the Izu islands.
A wave of 50cm reached Hachijojima island, one of the Izu islands, while minor waves were also recorded on the coast of several other small islands in the region, the agency said.
The Japan Coast Guard said earlier this month it spotted more than 200 foreign vessels, believed to be Chinese poaching boats, operating in waters around the Ogasawara and Izu islands off Tokyo.
The ship will be put into service on the route between Tokyo and the Izu Islands on June 27, 2014.
The agency forecasts that strong winds and high tidal waves will continue into Friday on the Pacific coast of eastern Japan and on the Izu Islands, while warning of torrential rain and possible landslides in those areas.
0 magnitude earthquake, at a depth of nearly 217 miles, was recorded off Japan's southeastern Izu islands on Sunday at 0527 GMT, the U.
0 magnitude earthquake, at a depth of nearly 217 miles, was recorded off Japan s southeastern Izu islands on Sunday at 0527 GMT, the U.
In a separate paper submitted to Geophysical Research Letters, the researchers "report on a broad and unprecedented increase in seismicity rate for microearthquakes over a broad (360 by 120 mile) area across inland Japan, parts of the Japan Sea and the Izu islands, following the 9.
1 for the quake, which was centred in the Izu Islands some 200 miles southwest of Tokyo.
Yet, as a relative newcomer believed to have been developed by crossing the Edohigan native with a local species from the Izu Islands, just off Tokyo, this too represents a contrast with the Heian period.
In the 24-hour period through Saturday morning, the east coast of Tohoku is expected to get up to 200 mm of rainfall, the Kanto region 150 mm, and the Izu Islands located south of Shizuoka's Izu Peninsula 120 mm, according to the agency.
4 and lower 6, jolted Izu islands off Shizuoka Prefecture, killing one person.