Tokyo Feels 5.5 Quake
After a minor shutdown, the city is up and running again. Japan’s capital was braced for aftershocks or even a tsunami, but the underground quake appears to have passed without even causing major damage or injuries. Subways and trains were stopped for about ten minutes before zipping on their way, and a nearby nuclear plant continued running undisturbed. Authorities are warning people to be wary of aftershocks over the next few days, but they aren’t expected to shake up the Richter scale too much.