Japan tsunami warnings lifted

Tsunami warnings for north-east Japan have been lifted after a 7.3 magnitude earthquake in Tokyo. A one metre tsunami wave had hit north-east Japan.

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Tokyo witness reports 'floor jumping up and down'

FIFA employee Alex Stone is in Tokyo for the Club World Cup. He reports feeling the floor of his office "jumping up and down" and says his his building is "still swaying after 2-3 [minutes]."

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Bloody hell. Sat in the office and the floor is literally jumping up and down. This is a sustained earthquake and getting heavier.

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Sat on 50th floor hotel & building still swaying after 2-3mins. Slowing down. Felt one in Toyota Stadium last year but over in 20secs.

Japan tsunami warning after earthquake

A warning for a one metre tsunami was issued for the coast of Miyagi Prefecture in northeastern Japan, after a magnitutde 7.3 earthquake.

The earthquake, centred off the coast of northeastern Japan shook buildings as far as Tokyo and led to a tsunami warning for coastal areas of the northeast, public broadcaster NHK said.

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