While doing a bit of surfing today, I came across a website with wonderful photographs of Tokyo. It's a blog of a photographer living there, and his photos are stunning.
It was so much fun again seeing the little narrow streets, the restaurant curtains, the vendors, the extremely small places of business. Then there is the color, the cartoon characters, the trains. I so wish America would have trains like these in our cities.
A link on that website went to a site of a stunning map of the earthquakes.
Japanese Earthquake Map
It's a time-lapse map showing each of 922, so far, quakes since March 11, 2011. It pinpoints the site, depth and radius of effect.