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The undersea Emperor seamount chain includes Kimmei

Kimmei Seamount (欽明海山) is an underwater volcano (seamount) of the Hawaiian–Emperor seamount chain in the Pacific Ocean. Kimmei is an extinct volcano.

This seabed mountain is named after Emperor Kimmei of Japan.

The last eruption from Kimmei seamount was 40 million years ago. Kimmei was formed at least 47.9 million years ago.

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