Yes Japan get earthquakes quite often... They recently had one followed by a tsunami
The island of Japan has a lot of earthquakes because it is located near major tectonic plate boundaries. Japan is very seismically active with over 1,500 earthquakes per year. Japan is also situated on the Pacific Ring of Fire which is a hotbed of seismic activity where a large number of earthquakes and volcanoes occur.
Japan they have a lot of earthquakes too
Japan is one i can think of.
Because their plates shift a lot in the water
Japan. It has a lot of earthquakes, and is one of the most affected areas in the world. Because of their technology level (compared to countries like Indonesia and Fiji), Japan is the country with the most earthquakes reported each year. Though, that doesn't mean it's the country with the most earthquakes. But it certainly has more earthquakes than California.
Japan has had about 40 earthquakes in total.
In Japan there were two earthquakes
Yes, because Japan is in a place called: "The Ring of Fire" which has a lot of tectonic plates moving and slipping.
The geography of Japan is affected by earthquakes. People built homes that would survive earthquakes. Because Japan is made of islands, the people eat a lot of sea food and must trade with other countries to get fuel.
The Movement of Techtonic Plates causes the earthquakes in Japan.
Japan has about 1000 earthquakes a year.
Japan has about 1,500 earthquakes
No major earthquakes were reported for Japan in 1970.
Very dense population. They also both have a lot of minor earthquakes.
because japan has a lot of earthquakes and tsunami so if you live near the coast your house could get destroyed
Houses in japan are made of wood as japan is prone to earthquakes and does experience constant earthquakes
HaitiJapan has quite a lot as it is on the boundary of several tectonic plates.
In Japan, there is a lot of earthquakes. Therefore, most homes in Japan were built to withstand earthquakes. However, they were not made for tsunamis. When the tsunami arrived, everything it its path got destroyed. That is why it caused so much destruction to Japan.
Yes. Japan has loads of earthquakes. In fact, they have on average three earthquakes a day! That is more than some places have in a whole year!
Japan gets tons of earthquakes, about one every year, because of Japan's position. Japan sits on a subduction zone, meaning plates slide under another causing friction and earthquakes. Sometimes, Japan will get a tsunami caused by their frequent earthquakes.
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Japan tries to reduce the effects of earthquakes just like every other place with earthquakes. They try to build their buildings and houses to withstand earthquakes.
Japan has many earthquakes because it is position in the Pacific Ring of Fire. Japan also has many volcanoes and are prone to tsunamis.
Yes, Japan is an earthquake-prone spot. Japan is more likely to have earthquakes than many other countries.
The most largest earthquakes are in Japan, there are earthquakes there everyday, mostly there are small earthquakes.