6.1 degree earthquake is registered in Japan – Prime Time Zone


Earthquake occurred at a depth of 80 kilometers and was recorded in Chiba Province, in the Pacific region, without leaving any dead

EMSC/DisclosureSo far there is no record of deaths or injuries in earthquakes

One earthquake of 6.1 degrees on the Richter scale was recorded this Thursday, 7 in the Japan. According to the country’s Meteorological Agency, the earthquake occurred at a depth of 80 kilometers and had as its epicenter the province of Chiba, in the Pacific, but was felt in the city of Tokyo and Saitama at 22:41 (10:41 GMT) with five magnitude points. The earthquake did not trigger a tsunami alert nor did it cause any extensive material damage reported to date. In a common prevention action after earthquakes, the bullet train service and the railways in the region were stopped for evaluation.