An earthquake of magnitude of 7.1 on the Richter Scale jolted Tokyo, Japan on Wednesday, informed the National Centre for Seismology (NSC).
The earthquake occurred at 8:06 PM, 297 kilometres northeast of Tokyo.
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"Earthquake of Magnitude:7.1, Occurred on 16-03-2022, 20:06:36 IST, Lat: 37.82 & Long: 141.64, Depth: 81 Km, Location: 297km NE of Tokyo, Japan," NSC tweeted.
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No reports of casualties are reported yet.