How was the Japan tsunami created?


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2011-03-15 17:25:03
2011-03-15 17:25:03

An earthquake completely shattered part of Japan causing the tsunami.

A tsunami starts when part of the foundations of the country/island move the sea and pushes the water forwards, causing it to overlap itself and create a tsunami.

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The tsunami was created in the Pacific Ocean.

It was created by an Earthquake. Sad, yes i know :(

Because it was a big tsunami Yes it was a big tsunami, but it was originally the earthquake that done the damage. Because of the 8.9/9.0 earthquake, the tsunami was created and destroyed Japan.

The Tohoku Tsunami in Japan was in 2011

before tsunami japan was really quite.

it is word of japan, in the japan big wave to called tsunami

On March 11th 2011 a tsunami hit Japan.

The tsunami hit japan on 11th of March 2011.

The last tsunami before Japan was in New Zealand.

the tsunamis in japan were created by the earthquakes under water. it is not because of tidal waves just crashing about.

Japan had an earthquake and a tsunami because the the pacific tectonic plate slammed against the plate japan was on and cause an earthquake in the water causing a tsunami.

Thwere was no tsunami in Japan in 2004. There was a tsunami in the Indian Ocean in 2004, which killed at least 230,000 people, but it did not affect Japan. Japan was hit by a tsunami in 2011, which killed about 16,000 people.

the tsunami formed from an earthquake

The large tsunami that occured in Japan hit on March 11th, 2011.

It could be in Japan. Because in Japan had often Tsunami

At its highest the 2011 tsunami in Japan was 23 feet high.

Yes. Japan has had numerous tsunamis. The word "tsunami" is originally Japanese.

The tsunami in japan was 23-27 feet tall hope this helps

Friday, March 11, 2011 was when the tsunami hit Japan.

The tsunami that struck Japan was reported from 23-27 feet tall.

because of magnitude 9.1 in japan of the ring of fire japan is a most giant tsunami on world

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