This earthquake is debated by literature and either referred as the second half of the 11th Century Nankaido double earthquake. Something which also occurred in the late 15th century. In all sources, this earthquake is considered to be smaller than its 1096 predecessor.
|684 Nov 29th||684 Nankaido Earthquake||Nankaido||8.4||C|
|887 Aug 17th||887 Nankaido Earthquake||Nankaido||8.6||C|
|1096 Dec 17th||1096 Nankaido Earthquake||Nankaido||8.3||C|
|1099 Feb 16th||1099 Nankaido Earthquake||Nankaido||8.2||C|
|1293 May 20th||1293 Nankaido Earthquake||Nankaido||8||D|
|1361 Jul 26th||1361 Nankaido Earthquake||Nankaido||8.4||C|
|1498||1498 Meio earthquake||Nankaido||8.3||B|
|1605 Feb 03rd, 20:00||1605 Keicho Earthquake||Nankaido||7.9||C|
|1707 Oct 28th, 14:00||1707 Hoei Earthquake||Nankaido||8.7||C|
|Preferred Magnitude||8.20 (8.00-8.40)|
|Quality of Evidence||C|
|2014||GHEA (GHEC v1.0)||8.2 (8-8.2)|
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