This page is an overview page of all the articles that Earthquake-Report has written on the destructive March 11, 2011 Earthquake / Aftershock and tsunami.
The oldest page will be at the bottom of the list.
To serve our international readers who have friends and family in the disaster zone in Japan, we have started to publish the very long list of the deceased. To make it a little easier to consult, we have split the list in 1 page / prefecture. Iwate – Miyagi (the hardest hit prefectures)
Hokkaido - Ibaraki – Aomori - – Fukushima – Tokyo – Totigi - Saitama – Chiba – Kanagawa – Ishikawa – Shizuoka – Shiga – Saga – Hiroshima – Hyougo – Osaka
June 1 to June XX - Japan tsunami : Following up the aftermath (Part 16 – June)
April 29 to May 31 – A massive update for our CatDat Situation Report (Part 15)
April 13-14 - Killed persons lists of the different Eastern Honshu prefectures (see links above)
March 29 – April 1 – Real hope that the missing people list continue to get shorter (Part 9)
March 17 – 23 – Japan Tsunami – The death toll does not stop climbing (Part 6)
March 14 – 18 – Shallow very dangerous earthquake near Mount Fujiyama, Japan
March 12 – XX – Videos from the March 11 Japan Tsunami and Earthquake
March 9 – 11 – Massive 8.9 aftershock / earthquake along the Japanese coast
This post includes the extensive reporting on the 7.3 earthquake who initiated the later 8.9 quake from 2 days earlier.
January 25 – Earthquake Honshu Japan : Tokyo had a narrow escape ¦ again
This article has been published on January 25 2011 and discusses the earthquake risk of he greater Tokyo area.