Japan lifts tsunami advisory; no significant damage reported

TOKYO — Japan has lifted a tsunami consultatory for a wide stretch of coastal countys along Pacific Ocean on Monday (Oct 9) after issuing it to the two island stretches south of Tokyo.

The consultatory was lifted at 0300 GMT (11 am Singapore time) Monday, additional than 5 hours after it was introduced for islands as far as around 1,000 kilometres south of the nation’s resources. Zero weighty conditions has been reported, according to media records.

The consultatory came after an quake foreseeable Torishima Island at 5.25 am (4.25 am Singapore time), according to the Japan Atmospheric Agency. The Joined Cases Geological Survey summarized a quake in the place doning a measurement of 4.9.

The consultatory was in clout as far southwest as the Amami Islands, around 1,500 kilometres from Tokyo, and eastern parts of Chiba prefecture next to the resources city place.

The tsunami currently snagged here in some island stretches, which reported waves as high as 60 centimetres, national broadcaster NHK said.

The Izu Islands place, around 100 kilometres south of Tokyo, was the landmark of an quake-turned on tsunami consultatory on Thursday.

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