Here I am in Central Park in Tokyo. The park is situated on reclaimed ground. It’s filled in harbor from what I’m told. Here is a video showing the ground cracking open, liquefaction, water gushing up through the ground. It’s really scary and crazy to witness from so close a vantage point. Thanks for watching,

Hat tip American Geophysical Union

Category: Video

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One Response to “Liquefaction from the Sendai Earthquake (Remarkable video)”

  1. dhukka says:

    The intro is a little misleading, this park is not even in Tokyo let alone near the centre. This park is in Chiba Prefecture. The closest station is Kaihin Makuhari and it is built on reclaimed land, it used to be swamp land before the 80′s, thus it is not surprising to see water coming up through the ground after the earthquake.