Largest tsunamis Japan 2000-2022, by height

Largest tsunamis in Japan from 2000 to 2022, by height

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Release date

January 2023



Survey time period

2000 to 2022

Supplementary notes

*There was a period when data could not be obtained because the observation facility was damaged by the tsunami. Therefore, it is possible that the subsequent waves were higher.

**According to the Earthquake Research Headquarters, a tsunami of about one meter was observed at Kashiwazaki (a tide station in Niigata Prefecture).

The source does not state a specific date of publication. Therefore, the date of data access has been used.

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