Tokyo, Feb 5: An earthquake today struck close to Tokyo, shaking much of the metropolitan region. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage, and no tsunami risk. The Japan Meteorological Agency said the 7:41 am (local time) this morning quake had a preliminary magnitude of 4.6.Also Read - Quad Countries Have Common Vision For Future, Working Together To Take On Key Challenges: US President Joe Biden

The epicenter was in Kawasaki city, just south of the border with Tokyo. Japanese broadcaster NHK reported that the quake briefly interrupted bullet train service between Tokyo and Odawara, a nearby city to the south. (ALSO READ: Syria regime ‘escalations’ led to talks pause: Germany) Also Read - Neeraj Chopra, Tokyo Olympics 2020 Gold Medallist, Receives Special Gift From 2008 Beijing Winner Abhinav Bindra

On Thursday, a 5.2-magnitude earthquake struck Timor island in eastern Indonesia early today, US seismologists said, but no tsunami warning was immediately issued. The shallow quake struck at around 4:30 am local time (0200 IST), some 11 kilometres north of the city of Kupang, the US Geological Survey said. Also Read - Here's Why Quad Summit Is Crucial And What World Can Expect Of It