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The 1361 Shōhei earthquake (Japanese: 正平地震) was a major earthquake that occurred on August 3, 1361 (Gregorian calendar) in Japan. It is believed that this quake was one of the Nankaidō earthquakes. The magnitude was 8.4 Ms (Richter Scale Magnitude was 8.2 - 8.5) and it triggered a tsunami.
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