2 major quakes happened around Fukushima offshore early in the morning of 6/16/2014, according to Japan Meteorological Agency. At 3:19AM of 6/16/2014 (JST), M5.6 hit Ibaraki prefecture offshore. The
M4.9 hit Kanto region at 8:35 AM on 5/13/2014 (JST). The epicenter was North West part of Chiba prefecture. The depth was 80km. However the maximum seismic intensity was
M6.2 hit Kanto region at 5:18AM of 5/5/2014 (JST) according to Japan Meteorological Agency. The epicenter was near Izu-ohshima, south offshore of Kanto area. The depth was 160km. The
105 bodies of deep-sea fish “Photonectes” (10~25cm long) were caught in the Pacific on 4/22/2014. The ecology of this fish is not even well-known. Among 105 bodies,
M4.9 Fukushima offshore / Tepco reported the quake in Fukushima plant was fortunately 1/6 “slower” than Daini
M4.9 hit Fukushima offshore at 18:16 of 4/13/2014 (JST) according to Japan Meteorological Agency. The maximum seismic intensity was 4 in Naraha machi. The depth of epicenter was 60km.
Two M4 class of the earthquakes hit Kanto region within only 2 minutes on 4/10/2014, according to Japan Meteorological Agency. The first one occurred at 13:17 (JST), magnitude was
M5.4 hit South part of Japan on 3/26/2014 / Possible aftershock not recorded by Meteorological Agency for some reason
M5.4 hit South part of Japan, according to Japan Meteorological Agency. It occurred at 17:50 3/26/2014 (JST). The epicenter was Satsunan shoto islands. It was only 10km deep. The maximum
At 2:07 of 3/14/2014 (JST), M6.1 hit Western Japan, according to Japan Meteorological Agency. The epicenter was Iyo-nada. The depth was 80km. The maximum seismic scale was 5+ in Ehime.
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