The 2011 earthquake in Japan happened on March 11 It was off the Pacific coast of Tōhoku was a magnitude 9.0–9.1.
A tsunami hit japan after the earthquake.
The Earthquake in Japan was a 9.0 magnitude.
The tsunami came after the earthquake. The earthquake happened in Japan.
Yes. Japan was hit by an 8.9-scale earthquake on March 11, 2011. This is the largest earthquake in Japan's history.
They were touring in Japan when the earthquake hit. They were very close to the spot where it hit.
The earthquake and tsunami happened on March 11 2011
it hit japan because of the tectonic plates and that's it
An earthquake sent a wave to japan
Tokyo did not get hit by the recent earthquake in Japan, however the stress from that earthquake has been moved along the plate bounday and therefore Tokyo is the next target for a major earthquake in Japan.
Mere the cost of Japan
No. The earthquake that caused the Tsunami in Indonesia in 2004 was a bigger earthquake than the one that hit Japan.
Great Hanshin earthquake .
The biggest Earthquake to hit Japan in 47 years hit Kobe.It measured 7.2 on the Richter magnitude scale.
If you mean how then here it is because the earthquake might of happened in the sea and went to japan and then the earthquake was strong enough to make a tsunami
there was a 8.9 earthquake
Japan had an earthquake and tsunami which caused and radioactive blow.
after the 7.5 earthquake in indonesia, a tsunami hit them.
The earthquake hit Japan on March 11, 2011 at 2:46 pm local time or 05:46:23 UTC.
The magnitude 9.0 quake in Japan is called the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake and also known as the Great East Japan Earthquake from sources including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.
The country of Japan lies under a plate.
The tsunami that devastated the Japan coast on March 11, 2011 was triggered by the magnitude 9.0 earthquake.
The massive earthquake that hit Japan was rated an 8.9 on the Richter scale, which means that it was very large, and very devastating. This earthquake was much more powerful than that of the earthquake in Haiti. The earthquake that hit Japan caused a tsunami, which has killed hundreds, and thousands are still missing. Information is still being gathered at this time.
Obviously, the earthquake happens first and then tsunami follows.
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