New strong aftershock in the prefecture of Shizuoka


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At 22.30 it was felt a strong earthquake in Tokyo.

It’s another strong reply to the first great earthquake of Tohoku, that last Friday 11th March devastated the northeast of Japan.

The epicenter was in the prefecture of Shizuoka, about 120 kilometers southwest of Tokyo near Mount Fuji, the area where the shock was most felt, according to the Japanese Meteorological Agency.

The hypocenter was 10 kilometers deep, the agency said.

The quake was magnitude 6.2 and there is no risk of tsunami.


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