Quakes rattle Japanese north

"A series of earthquakes have rocked rain-soaked northern Japan, injuring at least 420 people and causing landslides and power blackouts.
Hundreds were evacuated in the remote region of Miyagi Prefecture, about 300 kilometres (186 miles) north of Tokyo.

The first quake came around midnight Friday local time (1500 GMT), measuring 5.5 on the Richter scale, while a second measuring 6.2 struck seven hours later
However, the tremors, which had their epicentre off the coast, could be felt as far away as the Japanese capital.

That's funny, I didn't feel anything, although I was in front of my computer at home.