The tsunami follows a serious eruption from an underwater volcano 65km south of the island nation of Tonga
A tsunami warning has been issued for Japan’s total east coast, in addition to the southern Amami island and the Takara island chain.
A tsunami triggered by the undersea volcanic eruption has already hit the Pacific nation of Tonga and prompted a number of different nations to situation warnings, together with the USA and Japan.
The eruption was so massive it was seen from area.
Residents have been warned to evacuate from coastal and riverside areas and search greater floor for the early hours of Sunday, January 16, with waves anticipated to achieve as excessive as three meters.
Tsunami Warning has been isuued on January 16, 00:15 am, A tsunami with an estimated peak 1-3m is anticipated to strike the coastal areas of Kagoshima-Amami Islands & Tokara Islands.#JNTO
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