We have posted pictures of the Mount Merapi eruption and the Mount Etna eruption, so here are some really cool pix of the Mount Shinmoedake eruption in Japan.

The Shinmoedake Volcanic Eruption

01. Shinmoedake peak erupts, as seen from Takaharu Town Office, Miyazaki prefecture early morning January 27, 2011. Ash and rocks fell across a wide swathe of southern Japan straddling the prefectures of Miyazaki and Kagoshima on Thursday, as one of Mount Kirishima's many calderas erupted, prompting authorities to raise alert levels and call on for an evacuation of all residents within 2 km (1.2 miles) radius of the volcano. Picture taken by long exposure. Picture taken January 27, 2011. REUTERS/Takaharu Town Office/Handout

The Shinmoedake Volcanic Eruption

02. An aerial view shows Shinmoedake peak erupting between Miyazaki and Kagoshima prefectures January 27, 2011. Ash and rocks fell across a wide swathe of southern Japan straddling the prefectures of Miyazaki and Kagoshima on Thursday, as one of Mount Kirishima's many calderas erupted, prompting authorities to raise alert levels and call on for an evacuation of all residents within 2 km (1.2 miles) radius of the volcano. REUTERS/Kyodo

The Shinmoedake Volcanic Eruption

03. An aerial view shows Shinmoedake peak erupting between Miyazaki and Kagoshima prefectures January 27, 2011. Ash and rocks fell across a wide swathe of southern Japan straddling the prefectures of Miyazaki and Kagoshima on Thursday, as one of Mount Kirishima's many calderas erupted, prompting authorities to raise alert levels and call on for an evacuation of all residents within 2 km (1.2 miles) radius of the volcano. REUTERS/Kyodo

The Shinmoedake Volcanic Eruption

04. A man takes a picture of an erupting Shinmoedake peak from Takaharu town, in Miyazaki prefecture January 27, 2011. Ash and rocks fell across a wide swathe of southern Japan straddling the prefectures of Miyazaki and Kagoshima on Thursday, as one of Mount Kirishima's many calderas erupted, prompting authorities to raise alert levels and call on for an evacuation of all residents within 2 km (1.2 miles) radius of the volcano. REUTERS/Kyodo

The Shinmoedake Volcanic Eruption

05. An aerial view shows Shinmoedake peak erupting between Miyazaki and Kagoshima prefectures January 28, 2011. Ash and rocks fell across a wide swathe of southern Japan straddling the prefectures of Miyazaki and Kagoshima on Thursday, as one of Mount Kirishima's many calderas erupted, prompting authorities to raise alert levels and call on for an evacuation of all residents within 2 km (1.2 miles) radius of the volcano. REUTERS/Kyodo

The Shinmoedake Volcanic Eruption

06. Volcanic lightning or a dirty thunderstorm is seen above Shinmoedake peak as it erupts, between Miyazaki and Kagoshima prefectures, in this photo taken from Kirishima city and released by Minami-Nippon Shimbun January 28, 2011. Ash and rocks fell across a wide swathe of southern Japan straddling the prefectures of Miyazaki and Kagoshima on Thursday, as one of Mount Kirishima's many calderas erupted, prompting authorities to raise alert levels and call on for an evacuation of all residents within a 2 km (1.2 miles) radius of the volcano. REUTERS/Minami-Nippon Shimbun/Handout

The Shinmoedake Volcanic Eruption

07. An aerial view shows volcanic ashes covering Takaharu town caused by the eruption of Shinmoedake peak, between Miyazaki and Kagoshima prefectures, January 29, 2011. Ash and rocks fell across a wide swathe of southern Japan straddling the prefectures of Miyazaki and Kagoshima on Thursday, as one of Mount Kirishima's many calderas erupted, prompting authorities to raise alert levels and call on for an evacuation of all residents within 2 km (1.2 miles) radius of the volcano. REUTERS/Kyodo

The Shinmoedake Volcanic Eruption

08. An aerial view shows volcanic ashes covering over Takaharu town caused by eruption of Shinmoedake peak, between Miyazaki and Kagoshima prefectures, January 29, 2011. Ash and rocks fell across a wide swathe of southern Japan straddling the prefectures of Miyazaki and Kagoshima on Thursday, as one of Mount Kirishima's many calderas erupted, prompting authorities to raise alert levels and call on for an evacuation of all residents within 2 km (1.2 miles) radius of the volcano. REUTERS/Kyodo

The Shinmoedake Volcanic Eruption

09. People sweep volcanic ashes from erupting Shinmoedake peak in Miyakonojo, in Miyazaki prefecture January 28, 2011. Ash and rocks fell across a wide swathe of southern Japan straddling the prefectures of Miyazaki and Kagoshima, as one of Mount Kirishima's many calderas erupted, prompting authorities to raise alert levels and call on for an evacuation of all residents within a 2 km (1.2 miles) radius of the volcano. REUTERS/Kyodo

The Shinmoedake Volcanic Eruption

10. Cars are covered with volcanic ashes from erupting Shinmoedake peak in Miyakonojo, in Miyazaki prefecture January 28, 2011. Ash and rocks fell across a wide swathe of southern Japan straddling the prefectures of Miyazaki and Kagoshima, as one of Mount Kirishima's many calderas erupted, prompting authorities to raise alert levels and call on for an evacuation of all residents within a 2 km (1.2 miles) radius of the volcano. REUTERS/Kyodo

The Shinmoedake Volcanic Eruption

11. Crops are covered with volcanic ashes from erupting Shinmoedake peak in Miyakonojo, in Miyazaki prefectures January 28, 2011. Ash and rocks fell across a wide swathe of southern Japan straddling the prefectures of Miyazaki and Kagoshima, as one of Mount Kirishima's many calderas erupted, prompting authorities to raise alert levels and call on for an evacuation of all residents within 2 km (1.2 miles) radius of the volcano. REUTERS/Kyodo

The Shinmoedake Volcanic Eruption

12. An aerial view shows Shinmoedake peak erupting between Miyazaki and Kagoshima prefectures January 30, 2011. The volcano continued erupting on Sunday between the border between Miyazaki and Kagoshim prefectures, southwestern Japan, ash and rocks fell across a wide swathe of both cities, as one of Mount Kirishima's many calderas erupted, prompting authorities to raise alert levels and call on for an evacuation of all residents within 2 km (1.2 miles) radius of the volcano. REUTERS/Kyodo

The Shinmoedake Volcanic Eruption

13. Dome of lava is seen at a eruptive crater at Shinmoedake peak between Miyazaki and Kagoshima prefectures January 31, 2011. More than 1,000 people is southern Japan have been urged to evacuate as a volcano picked up its activities, spewing ashes and small rocks into air and disrupting airline operations, a municipal official said on Monday. REUTERS/Kyodo

The Shinmoedake Volcanic Eruption

14. An aerial view shows Shinmoedake peak erupting between Miyazaki and Kagoshima prefectures January 31, 2011. More than 1,000 people is southern Japan have been urged to evacuate as a volcano picked up its activities, spewing ashes and small rocks into air and disrupting airline operations, a municipal official said on Monday. REUTERS/Kyodo

The Shinmoedake Volcanic Eruption

15. A view of a dome of lava is seen at a eruptive crater at Shinmoedake peak between Miyazaki and Kagoshima prefectures January 31, 2011. More than 1,000 people is southern Japan have been urged to evacuate as a volcano picked up its activities, spewing ashes and small rocks into air and disrupting airline operations, a municipal official said on Monday. REUTERS/Kyodo

Jan 31, 2011