Japan 5.2 earthquake off Cape Noto coast No tsunami warning

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A 5.2-magnitude earthquake hits the coast of Cape Noto, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. No tsunami warning has been issued. Japanese Prime Minister has ordered the establishment of a damage assessment team

Today (19 June 2022), the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo, Japan informed that at 15.08 local time in Japan A 5.2-magnitude earthquake hit the coast in Cape Noto area, Ishikawa prefecture, 295 km west of Tokyo.

The highest quake was at the 6- level according to the Japanese system. The tremors were felt in those areas and nearby provinces. But no tsunami warning was issued.

There are currently no reports of any Thai people injured or killed in the quake. But please keep an eye on the situation from the Japanese authorities continuously. In the event that after aft shock or high waves may occur

In case of emergency, the embassy in Tokyo can be contacted by phone number HOTLINE 090-4435-7812.

Meanwhile, NHK news agency reported that Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio said he had ordered a working group to assess the damage. including considering the use of emergency measures to deal with disasters

and also stated that There are currently no reports of any damage. at the Shiga Nuclear Power Plant including nearby nuclear power plants

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