Tsunami reaches Japan Tonga volcanic eruption felt around the world | thecapitaldebates

TOKYO - Tsunami arrived at Japan late Saturday through early Sunday, and waves as high as three meters were conceivable, the Japan Meteorological Agency said, hours after a gigantic volcanic ejection close to Tonga.

Tsunami reaches Japan; Tonga volcanic eruption felt around the world | thecapitaldebates
Tsunami reaches Japan; Tonga volcanic eruption felt around the world | thecapitaldebates

The organization said a 1.2 meter (around four feet) torrent arrived at the distant southern island of Amami Oshima around 11:55 pm (1455 GMT) Saturday before different regions along Japan's Pacific coast noticed more modest tidal wave.

The eastern shores of northernmost Hokkaido island just as southwestern locales of Kochi and Wakayama likewise considered tidal wave to be high as 0.9 meters soon after 12 PM, the office said.

Public telecaster NHK changed to extraordinary programming and broadcasted live film from ports of impacted districts, approaching region occupants to empty to higher ground. The recording gave no obvious signs of anomaly, notwithstanding.


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