Tokyo. The East Asian country of Japan was shaken by a strong earthquake on the very first day of the New Year. According to local media reports, an earthquake of 7.4 magnitude was recorded in North Central Japan on Monday. After this, the Japan Meteorological Agency has issued a tsunami warning in the coastal areas of Ishikawa, Niigata and Toyama prefectures.
According to the weather agency, due to the earthquake, waves up to 5 meters high are reaching Noto in Ishikawa Prefecture. At present, there has been no news of any loss of life or property.
Japan eyes Fukushima plant
Let us tell you that in March 2011, a massive tsunami was caused by a magnitude 9 earthquake in Japan. The tsunami waves that arose then destroyed the nuclear plant in Fukushima. In view of this, the Fukushima Nuclear Plant is being closely monitored this time. At that time, 10 meter high waves that arose in the sea after the earthquake had caused devastation in many cities. About 16 thousand people died in this.
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