Kilauea also known as “Land of Fire” is an island situated in the Paradise, the first half of Grand Line. The Land of Fire hasn't actually appeared in the series; it has been only mentioned in the One Piece ninth Film.
Note: This is a non-canon location and isn’t a part of the main story of the One Piece series. It was only once mentioned in the One Piece Movie 9.
One Piece Movie 9
The island’s history is unknown. Kilauea has only been once mentioned in the One Piece Movie 9 and the location’s known past involves a man named Musshuru being exiled on it.
Ten years ago, Musshuru unleashed a powerful wave of deadly spores that destroyed a large chunk of the Drum Kingdom. He was brought here to extinguish the fire-weak spores. Therefore it is most likely already on fire.
Since the location was shown, the terrain of this island is unknown. The only feature of the island that is revealed is the fact that it has extremely high temperatures.
Musshuru is the only known citizen living in Kilauea as he was exiled here.
The name of the active volcano in Hawaii is Kilauea.
Kilauea is an island situated in the Paradise, the first half of the Grand Line.
No, Kilauea is a non-canon location, and it was only once mentioned in the One Piece Movie 9.
Musshuru is the only known inhabitant in Kilauea. He was exiled here.