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It is called the Sendai Earthquake of 2011 because the epicenter was nearest the city of Sendai, Japan.


The epicenter of the earthquake was offshore, close to Sendai, Japan.


The biggest recorded earthquake occurred on Friday, March 11, 2011 at 02:46:23 PM (Japan Standard Time) at the epicenter., just East of Sendai, registering at 8.9 on the Richter scale.


The epicenter of Japan's earthquake was just off the coast of Sendai.


The epicenter was not inland; earthquake was off the coast of Sendai.


This city of Sendai wass 80 miles (128 km) from the epicenter of the March 11 magnitude 9.0 Earthquake.


Sendai is were the tsunami hit japan in 2011 and Tokyo felt the earthquake that came before it. Tokyo is about 250 miles from Sendai.


The epicenter of the earthquake was just off the coast of Sendai, Japan.


The biggest earthquake in our century is the Indian Ocean earthquake in December 2004 with a magnitude of 9.1. But that's not exactly in the last five years, so the Sendai earthquake in Japan today (March 11, 2011) is the biggest earthquake in the last 5 years, with a magnitude of 8.9.


The Friday just gone. was located 3 km from Sendai, Japan.


The biggest recorded earthquake occurred on March 11, 2011, just East of Sendai, registering at 8.9 on the Richter scale.The earthquake of March 11, 2011, was recorded on Friday, March 11, 2011 at 02:46:23 PM (Japan Standard Time) at the epicenter.



The epicenter of the quake was 80 miles east of Sendai in the Ocean.


The earthquake (now listed as a magnitude 9.0) occurred in the Pacific Ocean about 80 miles east of Sendai, Japan at 2:46:23 PM local time. Major destruction occurred at Sendai.


In 2010, Sendai, Japan had an estimated population of 1,362,000.


Off the coast of Sendai, a city in North-Eastern Japan.


Sendai isn't an country; Japan is a country.


It was determined to be at these coordinates: 38.322°N, 142.369°E. This is about 80 miles out in the Pacific Ocean, east of Sendai, Japan.


Sendai. The entire landscape was reported as "flat" by CNN.


Off the coast of Sendai city near Miyagi and Iwate prefectures and the epicenter was under the ocean.


March 11, 2011, was the largest earthquake in Japan, with a magnitude of 9.0.


No. During the giant earthquake and Tsunami in Miyagi prefecture where Sendai is in, Hiroshima didn't shake even a little. I will take about 10~15hours by car, and about 7~10 by the Shinkansen (Bullet Train).


The Valdivia Earthquake in Chile, 1960 with a magnitude of 9.5The Alaska Earthquake in USA, 1964 with a magnitude of 9.2The Indian Ocean Earthquake in Indonesia, 2004 with a magnitude of 9.1The Kamchatka Earthquakes in Russia, 1952 with a magnitude of 9.0The Sendai Earthquake in Japan, 2011 with a magnitude of 8.9


In 2011 the biggest earthquake hit Japan giving a 7.1 damage followed by a tsunami.


No. The earthquake that caused the Tsunami in Indonesia in 2004 was a bigger earthquake than the one that hit Japan.



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