The table below shows notable earthquakes in March 2014 in Japan. Total 159 earthquakes which were greater than "earthquake intensity 1" were observed in March.
Earthquake No. 4 was the strongest earthquake and Japan Meteorological Agency issued Earthquake Early Warning for the earthquake. 21 residents got injured and 26 houses were partially damaged by that earthquake. No tsunami was observed.
Japan Meteorological Agency says number of afterquake of "2011.3.11 Tohoku-Pacific Ocean Earthquake" is gradually decreasing. There were only two afterquakes which were greater than "earthquake intensity 5" in March. (In February there were four.)
|No.||Date||Earthquake center||Earthquake center||Magnitude||Earthquake intensity||
Strongest quake observed at
|1||Mar||3||沖縄本島北西沖||Near Okinawa proper||6.4||4||Okinawa|
|2||Mar||3||沖縄本島近海||Near Okinawa proper||5||3||Okinawa|
|4||Mar||14||伊予灘||Iyo nada sea||6.2||upper 5||Ehime|
|5||Mar||17||福島県沖||in the waters off Fukushima||5.1||3||Fukushima|
|7||Mar||22||伊予灘||Iyo nada sea||4.2||3||Ehime|
|8||Mar||26||薩南諸島東方沖||in the waters off Satsunan Islands||5.3||3||Kagoshima Prefecture|
Size of circle indicates magnitude. Color of circle indicates depth of hypocenter. Source is Japan Meteorological Agency. www.data.jma.go.jp/svd/eqev/data/gaikyo/monthly/201403/201403nihon_jishin.pdf