The following table shows notable earthquakes in April 2014 in Japan. Total 153 earthquakes which were greater than "earthquake intensity one" were observed. There was no big earthquake (bigger than earthquake intensity five). No casualty was reported.
On April 2, there was a big earthquake in Chile. Its tsunami was observed in pacific coast regions (from Hokkaido to Okinawa including Ogasawara islands).
|No.||Date||Earthquake center||Earthquake center||Magnitude||Earthquake intensity||Strongest quake
|1||April||3||岩手県沿岸南部||Iwate, southern coast||5.5||4||Iwate|
|2||April||5||岩手県沖||in the waters off Iwate||5.3||3||Iwate|
|3||April||8||新潟県中越地方||Niigata, Chuetsu region||4.4||4||Niigata|
|4||April||13||福島県沖||in the waters off Fukushima||4.9||4||Fukushima|
|5||April||17||福島県沖||in the waters off Fukushima||5.1||3||Ibaraki|
Size of circle indicates magnitude. Color of circle indicates depth of the hypocenter. Source is Japan Meteorological Agency. www.data.jma.go.jp/svd/eqev/data/gaikyo/monthly/201404/201404monthly.pdf