A M5.4 quake struck off shore Japan yesterday. This quake is part of a continuing swarm of M5.0+ shocks along Honshu that began earlier this year, extending from Tokyo to Sendai.
A deep M5.2 quake also struck today farther to the south, SE of Owase.
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