Earthquakes in northern Japan of magnitude more than 5

Japan’s National Seismological Agency announced that it had recorded a series of earthquakes in northern Japan with magnitudes ranging from 5.1 to 5.4 on the Richter scale.

The agency indicated that the epicenter of the tremors was located near the city of Nakagawa on the island of Honshu at a depth of 4 to 10 km.

More than 5 aftershocks less than 4 on the Richter scale were later recorded.

There were no reports of casualties or casualties as a result of the earthquake. The authorities did not declare the danger of a tsunami wave in his wake.

The Japanese channel NHK reported that the road in the area was closed due to partial damage.

Source: TASS

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