Japan experienced a strong earthquake with a magnitude of 7.6, causing homes to collapse. Now, there’s concern about large waves called a tsunami. The government is advising people near the ocean to move to higher ground where it’s safe. The waves near the Noto Peninsula were around 4 feet high. People in these areas are being told to leave quickly and find safe buildings because more waves might come.
The Japanese government is working hard to keep everyone safe. They remember a tough earthquake in 2011 that caused a lot of problems, so they want to be very careful this time to ensure people stay out of danger.