A strong earthquake with an epicenter 192 miles from Tokyo rattled the Japanese capital Sunday night local time.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA), the earthquake has a preliminary reading of 6.9, although the USGS is currently reporting the quake as a 7.1. Local reports say that the quake rattled furniture and walls, although there is no reports of any damage.
The JMA said that the quake, centered in the Izu Islands, was felt across the Ibaraki, Saitama, Chiba prefectures. No Tsunami warning was issued.
A number of unconfirmed minor aftershocks have since been reported in the area. More if we have it.