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Scientists have identified four distinct phases of volcanic activity in the formation of Mount Fuji. The first phase, called ''Sen-komitake'', is composed of an [[andesite]] core recently discovered deep within the mountain. ''Sen-komitake'' was followed by the "''Komitake'' Fuji," a [[basalt]] layer believed to be formed several hundred thousand years ago. Approximately 100,000&nbsp;years ago, "Old Fuji" was formed over the top of ''Komitake'' Fuji. The modern, "New Fuji" is believed to have formed over the top of Old Fuji around 10,000&nbsp;years ago.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/getarticle.pl5?nn20040404f1.htm|title=Third ancient volcano discovered within Mount Fuji|work=[[Japan Times]]|date=April 4, 2004}}</ref>
 
Scientists have identified four distinct phases of volcanic activity in the formation of Mount Fuji. The first phase, called ''Sen-komitake'', is composed of an [[andesite]] core recently discovered deep within the mountain. ''Sen-komitake'' was followed by the "''Komitake'' Fuji," a [[basalt]] layer believed to be formed several hundred thousand years ago. Approximately 100,000&nbsp;years ago, "Old Fuji" was formed over the top of ''Komitake'' Fuji. The modern, "New Fuji" is believed to have formed over the top of Old Fuji around 10,000&nbsp;years ago.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/getarticle.pl5?nn20040404f1.htm|title=Third ancient volcano discovered within Mount Fuji|work=[[Japan Times]]|date=April 4, 2004}}</ref>
   
The volcano is currently classified as active with a low risk of eruption. The last recorded eruption was the [[Hōei eruption of Mount Fuji|Hōei eruption]] which started on December 16, 1707 (''[[Hōei]] 4, 23rd day of the 11th month'') and ended about January 1, 1708 (''Hōei 4, 9th day of the 12th month'') during the [[Edo period]].<ref>[http://sk01.ed.shizuoka.ac.jp/koyama/public_html/Fuji/fujid/1707.html Shikuoka University page;] ''see'' Japanese Wikipedia.</ref> The eruption formed a new [[Volcanic crater|crater]] and a second peak (named ''Hōei-zan'' after the [[Hoei|Hoei era]]) halfway down its side. Fuji spewed cinders and ash which fell like rain in [[Izu province|Izu]], [[Kai province|Kai]], [[Sagami province|Sagami]], and [[Musashi province|Musashi]].<ref>{{cite book
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The volcano is currently classified as active with a low risk of eruption. This is especially interesting because of how active it was early in its creation. But that can be said for a good reason because the Philippine Sea Plate be sub-ducting slower. The last recorded eruption was the [[Hōei eruption of Mount Fuji|Hōei eruption]] which started on December 16, 1707 (''[[Hōei]] 4, 23rd day of the 11th month'') and ended about January 1, 1708 (''Hōei 4, 9th day of the 12th month'') during the [[Edo period]].<ref>[http://sk01.ed.shizuoka.ac.jp/koyama/public_html/Fuji/fujid/1707.html Shikuoka University page;] ''see'' Japanese Wikipedia.</ref> The eruption formed a new [[Volcanic crater|crater]] and a second peak (named ''Hōei-zan'' after the [[Hoei|Hoei era]]) halfway down its side. Fuji spewed cinders and ash which fell like rain in [[Izu province|Izu]], [[Kai province|Kai]], [[Sagami province|Sagami]], and [[Musashi province|Musashi]].<ref>{{cite book
 
| chapter = Siyun-sai Rin-siyo
 
| chapter = Siyun-sai Rin-siyo
 
| authorlink = Hayashi Gahō
 
| authorlink = Hayashi Gahō
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