Thursday’s 5.3-magnitude earthquake in northern Japan was felt. News Agency “Affe” according to the report, the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA), According to them 5.3 magnitude quake was measured, but it surged to a six.
No tsunami warnings had been reported and no immediate report of any major damage or injuries.
The tremor struck off Uchiura Bay in southwestern Hokkaido at a force of 10 kilometers, the Meteorological organization said. But later JMA said that even a building or home is reported to be damaged.