Tokyo: A strong earthquake shook the city of Suzuki in central Japan’s Ishigawa province today. It is reported to be 5.2 on the Richter scale.
However, no tsunami alert was issued. Details of the damage, including the damage caused by the quake, were not immediately available.
However, officials have warned that there is a possibility of landslides or falling objects. Thus, the public is also advised to be vigilant.
Similarly, the Hokuriku Shinkansen bullet trains are operating as planned, according to the East Japan Railway. The Hokuriku Power Company said there was no damage to the Shika nuclear reactor