There was no tsunami impact in Japan from a volcano that erupted on Sunday in Indonesia, public broadcaster NHK said, citing the nation's weather agency.

The Meteorological Agency had warned that a tsunami could arrive at the islands of Miyako and Yaeyama in the southern prefecture of Okinawa at around 2:30 p.m. Sunday following a large eruption of the Semeru volcano.

The eruption occurred at Mount Semeru on the main island of Java at around 11:18 a.m., according to the Agency.

An eruption of the 3,676-meter-high volcano, located about 850 kilometers southeast of capital Jakarta, exactly one year ago led to the deaths of many people.