Tsunami warning shot entirely in Japan

 Main meteoupravlenie Japan fully lifted a tsunami warning for all areas of the north-eastern coast of the Pacific Ocean.

Warning was introduced after the 7.3-magnitude earthquake that struck the north-east the main Japanese island of Honshu on Friday. The maximum wave height was 1 meter.

Earthquakes have been recorded at 17.18 local time (12.18 MSK). The earthquake lies at a depth of 10 kilometers. Strong tremors were felt in Tokyo metropolitan area of the country, as well as in 17 other prefectures.

This earthquake occurred in the same area as the great earthquake of 11 March 2011, which reached a magnitude of 9.0. It caused a tsunami wave height of which reaches 30-40 meters. The disaster in Japan have died and gone missing for more than 19 thousand people. Were destroyed or destroying nearly 380,000 homes.

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