Reports indicate a magnitude 7.3 earthquake has struck off Fukushima, Japan, as a tsunami advisory has been issued, according to NHK World-Japan. The powerful earthquake was felt across the country, shaking buildings in Tokyo and triggering power outages. Reports indicate waves up to one meter may hit Japan's northern coast.

Where the earthquake struck.


The Meteorological Agency has issued a tsunami advisory for coastal areas of Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures.

Reuters' William Mallard said the earthquake was felt around the country. He posted a map that shows some areas in the country recorded magnitude +6.

Here's a video of what appears to be someone's home office shaking in Tokyo.

Scenes of Tokyo shaking.

Tokyo has gone dark: Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) says two million households are without power after the quake. They also say 700,000 buildings have lost power in the metro area.

Fukushima airport goes dark.

Video of street poles shaking in Fukushima.

The area where the quake struck is northern Japan was previously devastated by a 9.0 magnitude quake and tsunami in 2011 that also caused a nuclear disaster.