Even ten years after the tsunami disaster in northeastern Japan, the country is not resting there. The Japanese newspaper “Nihon Keizai Shimbun” reported on Monday that there were more than 14,000 noticeable earthquakes from the strong earthquake on March 11, 2011, with a magnitude of 9.0. Only recently has it been one of the strongest tremors since the disaster hit the region. At least 150 people were injured.
The tremors of the coasts of Fukushima and Miyagi had a magnitude of 7.3 and were felt in Tokyo, as well as in many other areas of Japan. According to the data of the meteorological department, it was the earthquake shock of a strong earthquake from ten years ago, which caused a tsunami at that time. At that time, 18,500 people died in the floods, and a catastrophe occurred at the Fukushima nuclear power plant.
Of the more than 14,000 earthquakes that have occurred since then as a result of this terrible earthquake, 120 had a magnitude of 6, and ten of over 7, the business paper reported. Experts also warn that the effects of the earthquake ten years ago are still not over. Such a magnitude 9.0 earthquake is said to have occurred once every 1,000 years.