Japan’s hot spots are more crowded than you might think.

There’s a lot of it, and not just in the form of a huge volcano, but a lot more than you would expect.

The Akita is one of the hottest spots in Japan, with an average of nearly 30 degrees Celsius above the average for that latitude, and the hot spot sits in a spot where people live for up to a week and a half at a time, according to a survey conducted by the Japan Meteorological Agency.

A survey conducted in July by the NHK news channel found that residents are spending almost two-thirds of their lives in the Akita, the second-highest hot spot.

The hot spot is also considered one of Japan’s top five worst spots for air pollution.

The most polluted area in the country, however, is the hot spots in the north of Japan, including the city of Yokohama.

Akita Hot Spot: The Hot Spot The hot spot that’s on top of a mountain in the northern part of Japan.

Source: NHK Akitamasen, which means mountain in Japanese, is a volcano with an altitude of about 10,000 meters.

Its active summit rises about 2,700 meters above sea level, and has a temperature of about 40 degrees Celsius.

The highest point on the mountain is about 20,000 metres high.

The area around the summit is covered with a thick layer of volcanic ash.

“It’s like a big volcano that sits in the middle of a valley,” said Hiroshi Takagi, a professor at the University of Tokyo’s School of Earth Sciences.

“The ash has an incredible heat source, and when you’re close to it, it can produce a huge amount of heat.”

The hot spots at the top of Akita Mountain.

In this image, the topographic map at the base of the mountain shows the location of the Akitama hot spot on the map.

Takagi said that in the hotest part of the hot area, the ash from the volcano heats up about 20 percent faster than that of the air around it.

That’s because the air above the ash layer is hotter, and that allows the ash to vaporize in the atmosphere.

Another view of the topography of the volcano.

While the hot point at the summit of Akitamasan has been named the Akitanmachi Hot Spot, Takagi said there are other hot spots, including those that are higher up.

He said that while the hot points at the bottom of the volcanoes can be hot, they can’t heat up as much.

For example, Takagaki said that the hot mountain in Yokohamas mountains has an altitude around 20,500 meters, which is very high.

And there are some other hot points around the world, like at the northern tip of Greenland, where the temperatures are higher.

The Akitamochi Hot Spot in the North of Japan is the second hottest in Japan. 

“The Akitanma Hot Spot is actually located on top a mountain and is known for being very cold,” Takagami said.

“So the Akimatsu Hot Spot might not be hot.

Tokyo’s hot spot was the first hot spot, but the temperature in Tokyo was also much lower than in other hot areas.

When people are out on the streets, the hot temperatures can cause them to sweat. 

Takagaki’s team analyzed the weather data collected by the Akimoto National Weather Service.

It was found that the Akito Hot Spot and Akita Hot Point are both on the lower side of Japan and in hot weather.

The Akitomachi Hot Point is the highest on the Akitas highest mountain, and is in a hot zone, Takashi Iwamura, a researcher with the National Institute of Meteorology, told Bloomberg.

Hot spots on the surface of the Earth can have temperatures of more than 40 degrees.

The coldest temperature, on the other hand, is only about 0.5 degrees Celsius, Takaki said.

The hottest temperature in Japan is at the Akitarimon Hot Spot on the northern end of Akatami. 

In this map, the Akiti Hot Spot at the eastern end of the island of Akato is shown.

It has an average temperature of 37 degrees Celsius and is located on the west coast of Akatan, in the southern part of Akanto.

At the top end of Japan are the hot springs in the mountainous region of Ibaraki, and also the hot volcano in Hokkaido.