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Mere the cost of Japan

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A tsunami hit japan after the earthquake.


The tsunami hit because of the earthquake shifted the ground and caused the tsunami.


After the earthquake hit the tsunami hit. It was a 9.2 the 5th biggest. Japan is still getting after shocks.


The tsunami hit japan on the 11th of March 2011. The magnitude 9.0 earthquake hit off the east coast of Japan was followed by a tsunami that killed many leaving thousands homeless and children without parents.


There was little to no warning about the coming of the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan on March 2011.


well te earthquake caused the tsunami to hit so the earthquake did the most damage


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


The earthquake slightly damaged Tokyo, and the tsunami only hit the north Japan area.


An earthquake that hit japan started the tsunami


No. It is only one of many times that an earthquake and tsunami have hit Japan. Earthquakes in subduction zones such as the one of the coast of Japan often trigger tsunamis. The March 2011 earthquake, at magnitude 9.0, was the strongest on record in Japan though.


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.


Yes, the name "tsunami" originated in Japan. The latest Japanese tsunami hit just after a huge earthquake in mid March 2011.


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



The Earthquake occurred before the tsunami as it is what caused the tsunami.


The earthquake occurred at 14:46 JST (05:46 UTC) 11 March 2011, which triggered the tsunami. This tsunami hit Japan only a few minutes later.


the tsunami formed from an earthquake


Japan had Tsunami and an Earthquake Kansas had an earthquake


The 2011 earthquake in Japan happened on March 11 It was off the Pacific coast of Tōhoku was a magnitude 9.0–9.1.


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An earthquake hit Tokyo and 3 or 4 nuclear reactors went off and there was a tsunami.


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


Great East Japan Earthquake / 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami


11th March 2011: Japan was hit by an earthquake resulting in a tsunami coming in from the pacific ocean.


The tsunami came after the earthquake. The earthquake happened in Japan.



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