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Click on a bureau name to go to that bureau's webpage.
  • Legend
    • Seismic intensity 6
    • Seismic intensity strong 6
    • Seismic intensity weak 6
    • Seismic intensity strong 5
    • Seismic intensity weak 5
    • Seismic intensity 4
    • Seismic intensity 3
    • Seismic intensity 2
    • Seismic intensity 1
    • Tsunami information
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    • Large Tsunamis
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    • Tsunamis
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    • Tsunamis
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Evacuation Information
Emergency evacuation information Emergency shelter instructions
Emergency shelter preparations
How to read the information About earthquake/tsunami map information
  • Indicates each legend and lines for earthquakes and tsunamis.
  • About the status of the legends.
    • Seismic intensity 1:
    • Tremors are felt indoors.
    • Seismic intensity 2:
    • Hanging items sway.
    • Seismic intensity 3:
    • Tableware rattles.
    • Seismic intensity 4:
    • Tableware rattles and small items fall down.
    • Seismic intensity 5:
    • TVs and furniture fall over.
    • Seismic intensity 6:
    • Furniture moves and falls over.
    • Seismic intensity 7:
    • Furniture is thrown around.
    • Large Tsunamis:
    • Tsunamis of 3m or higher
    • Tsunamis:
    • Tsunamis of 2m
    • Tsunami advisories:
    • Tsunamis of 0.5m
  • Information for each bureau is shown by clicking on the map and linked words.
  • Click on the refresh button to get the latest information.
  • Click on "What is the next step?" to show the page listing actions to take during an earthquake.
About emergency evacuation information
  • Bureaus that have issued emergency evacuation instructions/orders will be listed, and information from each bureau will be shown by clicking on the bureau name.

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