Along the eastern coast of the Japanese island of Honshu on Wednesday again recorded earthquakes with magnitude 5.6 points.
According to seismologists, the epicenter of the earthquake was located at a depth of 18.2 km per 103 km southeast of Iwaki and 194 kilometers northeast of Tokyo.
The threat of a tsunami is not reported, there is no data about the devastation.
March 11, 2011, 130 km from the north-east coast of the Japanese island of Honshu, a devastating 8.9 magnitude earthquake that triggered a powerful tsunami.
Since then, not a day goes by aftershocks, the magnitude of which is often close to 6 points.
According to the latest Japanese police confirmed the death of more than 15 thousand 538 people, more 7000 are missing from the first earthquake in March.
On a number of Japanese nuclear power plant problems, the most serious — the "Fukushima-1", where as a result of a failure of the reactor cooling system, there were several explosions and fires, formed radiation leak into the atmosphere and water.
In this regard, the residents were evacuated areas, whose houses are located within 20 km from the station. Later, the exclusion zone was extended to 30 km from the plant.