Tsunami warning is given to the three northern provinces of Japan after the earthquake to 7.1 on the Richter scale occurred in the area had been affected by severe earthquake earlier this year.
Japanese Meteorological Agency put out a tsunami warning for the three provinces of Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima earthquake of magnitude 7.1 on the island of Honshu, AFP reported. Three provinces had been affected in the earthquake, 9 on the Richter scale by the tsunami violently pulled back in March.
This warning was lifted after the authorities recorded only small waves, only 10 cm high in the port city of Ofunato, Iwate province. Television images recorded in Ofunato no clear signs of a tsunami.
Tokyo Electric Company (TEPCO) said they were no reports of new problems at nuclear power plants I Fukushima earthquake this morning. However, the workers here have been evacuated, NHK said. TEPCO estimates the tsunami can rise to 50 cm.
Fukushima nuclear power plant I was seriously damaged in the earthquake and tsunami on 11 / 3 years, accompanied by nuclear crisis the whole world anxious to track. More than 22,600 people dead or missing in the earthquake and tsunami.