A magnitude 5.3 earthquake on Japan’s Richter scale took place on Thursday in Japan. Due to the earthquake, no news of loss of any kind of life and property has been reported. The Meteorological Agency has not issued any warning of Tsunami.
According to Japan Meteorological Agency, the center of the earthquake was in the Kanto area in the depths of 50 kilometers within the ground in Shiba, east of Tokyo. The earthquake came in the vicinity of Japan 12.12 pm local time.
No tsunami warnings or guidelines have been issued after the earthquake. Japan’s Department of Nuclear Affairs also did not report any discrepancy in the nuclear centers of the country. The Meteorological Agency has not issued any warning of Tsunami.
The news agency Xinhua told that no warnings or guidelines have been issued to the Tsunami after the earthquake.
Japan’s nuclear watchdog has not even reported any discrepancy in nuclear centers in the country.