MORIOKA Japan, (CBS SF) — A moderately strong earthquake struck off the northeastern coast of Japan’s Honshu island on Saturday.

The USGS reports the 6.0 magnitude quake struck at 2:13 a.m. PST 352 miles northeast of Tokyo. No immediate reports of damage or tsunamis have been received.

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