By John E. BrienThe tsunami is still going on, and so are the earthquake magnitudes.
The latest data is the biggest ever for a single Pacific earthquake, with an estimated magnitude of 8.1.
A major earthquake is defined as a 7.1-magnitude or greater quake.
The tsunami that hit Japan on March 11, 2011, was just the latest in a long line of powerful and widespread earthquakes that have rocked Japan since the country’s March 2011 earthquake, which killed an estimated 18,000 people and destroyed the nation’s financial and political infrastructure.
The earthquake’s epicenter was in the Pacific Ocean off Japan’s southwestern island of Hokkaido, which was then known as Honshu.
This time, however, the epicenter is the island of Saitama, which is about 1,100 miles (1,400 kilometers) south of Hokko.
Saitama was hit by the largest of Japan’s two major earthquakes in March 2011, which measured 7.2 magnitude, causing a tsunami that struck the town of Tottori, in northern Japan’s Miyagi Prefecture, killing about 6,000.
That tsunami knocked out power to about 10 million people.
Since the tsunami struck, the island’s residents have been forced to endure the aftermath of a series of natural disasters that have claimed nearly 1,000 lives and left millions homeless.
Japan is still recovering from the devastating tsunami, which left millions without electricity and left at least 6,300 people dead, and the devastating earthquake, in which hundreds died and hundreds more were injured.
The country has been working on rebuilding after the devastating Fukushima nuclear disaster, which damaged the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, a huge power plant in the center of Japan.
The plant is located about 80 miles (120 kilometers) from the town where the tsunami hit.
In addition to restoring power to the people, the government has pledged to provide relief to the millions of residents who have been displaced from the earthquake-damaged area and have been living in tents and shacks for the last few months.
While the tsunami is not the only threat to Japan, Japan has suffered the most from the devastation caused by the Fukushima disaster.
Nearly 4 million people have been relocated from their homes due to the tsunami, according to a new government report.
More than 1,400 people have died in the tsunami and the subsequent earthquake.
The nuclear power plants have been closed for decades.
Since the tsunami in 2011, however in response to the economic and political consequences of the disaster, the country has begun a massive reconstruction effort.
The new government is planning to spend more than $2.5 trillion in rebuilding, including repairing the crippled Fukushima nuclear power reactors, and spending billions of dollars on new housing.