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Light mag. 4.9 earthquake - 13km ESE of Namie, Japan on Sunday, 17 September 2017
Date & time: Sun, 17 Sep 09:25:02 UTC Local time at epicenter: 2017-09-17 18:25:02 +09:00 Magnitude: 4.9 Depth: 52.3 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 37.4264°N / 141.1286°E [Map] Nearest volcano: Adatara (78 km) Primary data source: USGS
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Data for same earthquake as reported from other agencies
ANA Hotel, Narita (160.8 km SSW from epicenter) / MMI V (Moderate shaking): Woke up in my hotel room due to vibrations, felt a circular movement, followed by lighter shaking.
Meguro, Tokyo (207.1 km SSW from epicenter) / MMI IV (Light shaking)
Tokyo / MMI IV (Light shaking): Gentle rocking and shaking in my bed. Sound of window fixtures, loose items in room rattling slightly. Definitely knew it was an earthquake but experienced as a gentle one in our flat on 13th floor.
(Japan) (274 km SW from epicenter)(no details): Low to medium intensity. About 20 seconds long. (via EMSC)
Katori-shi (Japan) (148 km S from epicenter)(no details): Balancou bastante e demorou um pouco a parar (via EMSC)
Machida (Japan) (232 km SW from epicenter)(no details): Lasted probably about 20 seconds. (via EMSC)
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