A strong earthquake rattled the eastern coast of central Japan on Sunday. There were no immediate damage or casualties and the government says there's no danger from tsunamis.
The quake shook buildings across a large portion of the country, including Tokyo for several seconds.
Officials say the quake was centerd about 80 kilometers off the eastern coast of central Fukushima Prefecture, and struck at a depth of 40 kilometers.
Japan is one of the world's most earthquake-prone countries.