On September 6th, China Seismological Network officially determined that a 6.9-magnitude earthquake occurred in Hokkaido, Japan at 2:08 on September 6 (3:8 local time on September 6), with a focal depth of 40 kilometers. Because the source is located in the middle east of the gallbladder, there is no danger of tsunami. Earthquake caused[detailed]
According to the newsletter of Weibo@China Seismic Network, China Seismological Network officially determined that a magnitude 6.9 earthquake occurred in the Hokkaido area of Japan (42.65 degrees north latitude and 142.00 degrees east longitude) at 02:08 on September 06, with a focal depth of 40 kilometers.
According to Xinhua News Agency, the Japan Meteorological Agency said that the earthquake occurred at 3:08 am on the 6th local time (2:8 Beijing time). The epicenter was located in the middle and eastern part of the treacherous area of Hokkaido, with a focal depth of about 40 kilometers. There are strong earthquakes in Hokkaido, Aomori Prefecture, Iwate Prefecture, and Miyagi Prefecture.
The Meteorological Agency said that the earthquake may have caused tidal fluctuations in the sea near the epicenter, but there is no risk of a tsunami.
Japan is located in the most active seismic zone in the world, the Pacific Rim seismic zone, with frequent earthquakes.