Japan was hit by a solid seismic tremor for the second in a row day on Saturday, however there were no quick reports of harm or wounds, authorities said.
A shallow greatness 6.0 seismic tremor struck off the shoreline of northern Japan on Friday, 167 kilometers from Miyako city, the US Geological Survey said.
There was no risk of a wave taking after tremor which had a profundity of 10 kilometers, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.
The jar came one day after a 5.3 size seismic tremor struck northeastern Japan off the shoreline of Ibaraki prefecture, only south of Fukushima.
The injured Fukushima Daiichi atomic force plant, battered by a huge 2011 seismic tremor produced torrent and which is as of now being decommissioned, has demonstrated no inconsistencies in radiation levels taking after yesterday's shock, authorities said.
Japan sits at the intersection of four structural plates and encounters various moderately fierce shakes each year, however unbending construction standards and their strict implementation mean even solid tremors frequently do little harm.
In any case, the gigantic undersea tremor that hit in March 2011 sent a tidal wave dashing into Japan's upper east drift, leaving more than 18,000 individuals dead or missing, and sending three reactors into emergency at the Fukushima atomic plant.
In April, two in number seismic tremors hit southern Japan's Kumamoto prefecture took after by more than 1,700 consequential convulsions, leaving 50 dead and creating across the board harm.