硫黄島 or Iwo Jima (However, it should be properly transliterated from Japanese as "Iōjima") when translated literally means "Sulphur Island".
It's very interesting the first time you hear the proper pronunciation since we're accustomed to saying the 'w' when in actuality there is a long 'o' instead. As the previous poster wrote, it's said いおうじま ioujima。
It means "Sulphur Island".
Iwo Jima is actually a tiny island far off the coast of Japan. Literally translated it means "sulfer island"
It is the original (and reverted) name of Iwo Jima island. Just like "jima," "tou" means "island."
The island of Iwo Jima is in the Pacific near Japan .
How big is Iwo Jima in acres
The USA won the battle of Iwo Jima.
Jima' is a word in the Japanese language. It means 'island' and occurs in place names, such as Iwo Jima.
The island of Iwo Jima is known as "sulfur island" .
On Iwo Jima! It's located in the Pacific Ocean.
Iwo Jima has belonged to Japan since 1968.
The island of Iwo Jima is in the Pacific Oceannear Japan .