Southeast Of Shikoku, Japan has had: (M1.5 or greater)

  • 0 earthquakes in the past 24 hours
  • 1 earthquake in the past 30 days
  • 8 earthquakes in the past 365 days

The largest earthquake in Southeast Of Shikoku, Japan:


A

6.1 magnitude earthquake

2000-06-15 11:10:46 UTC at 11:10
June 15, 2000 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 29.368, 132.082
183.2 km from Nishinoomote (114.2 miles)

Southeast Of Shikoku, Japan

Depth: 10 km

B
1968-04-01 07:13:19 UTC 6.8 magnitude, 30 km depth
Nobeoka, Miyazaki, Japan

6.8 magnitude earthquake

1968-04-01 07:13:19 UTC at 07:13
April 01, 1968 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 32.241, 132.136
58.2 km from Nobeoka (36.2 miles)

Shikoku, Japan

Depth: 30 km

C
1968-04-01 00:42:07 UTC 7.5 magnitude, 34 km depth
Nobeoka, Miyazaki, Japan

7.5 magnitude earthquake

1968-04-01 00:42:07 UTC at 00:42
April 01, 1968 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 32.449, 132.269
58.2 km from Nobeoka (36.2 miles)

Shikoku, Japan

Depth: 34 km

D

6.1 magnitude earthquake

1951-10-15 21:02:01 UTC at 21:02
October 15, 1951 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 32.863, 134.404
51.2 km from Muroto-misakicho (32.2 miles)

Shikoku, Japan

Depth: 20 km

E
1937-01-05 21:38:01 UTC 6.5 magnitude, 20 km depth
Nichinan, Miyazaki, Japan

6.5 magnitude earthquake

1937-01-05 21:38:01 UTC at 21:38
January 05, 1937 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 31.048, 132.431
118.2 km from Nichinan (73.2 miles)

Southeast Of Shikoku, Japan

Depth: 20 km

F
1931-11-02 10:03:04 UTC 7.5 magnitude, 35 km depth
Takanabe, Miyazaki, Japan

7.5 magnitude earthquake

1931-11-02 10:03:04 UTC at 10:03
November 02, 1931 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 31.899, 132.009
54.2 km from Takanabe (33.2 miles)

Southeast Of Shikoku, Japan

Depth: 35 km


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