A system that was developed to display the specifications has been updated and is viewable. The layout still contains some unfinished template elements, but it does reflect the chassis' that are currently set up. It will likely stay unfinished while I work on users related pages.
Although no one was killed, the earthquake left at least 151 people injured and caused some damage to the region.
This is the moment we came online! The site was starting to be built and we wanted to launch on a specific day. 'Foundation Day' in Japan seemed very important of a day to launch on, so we uploaded the site in incomplete state just to say we did on that day, and left it up ever since. There was a countdown posted on Facebook days prior announcing this launch for 11:11PM Japan time.
The earthquake damaged a total of 149 homes in Akita, Niigata, and Yamagata prefectures.
Overall, damage in Hokkaido was estimated to be at least 367.5 billion yen. The earthquake crippled multiple industries and public facilities in the region.
A total of 6,766 structures were found by government surveys to have sustained partial damage, primarily in Osaka Prefecture but also including several in Kyoto Prefecture, Nara Prefecture, and Hyōgo Prefecture.
Minor property damage was recorded.
Government officials estimated more than 1,000 buildings had been seriously damaged, with 90 destroyed.
The 1 metre (3.3 ft) tsunami caused a mountain of sandbags to collapse in Ishinomaki. An old man went missing and was found dead on December 14 after he sailed out to sea to try to evacuate from the tsunami in Kuji.
The Fukushima Hamadari earthquake occurred in a region with historically low levels of seismicity; studies showed that the recent activity near the fault zone had been triggered by the Tōhoku earthquake.
Over 3 million households in the area were left without power, and several nuclear plants suffered minor inconveniences.
The earthquake is often referred to in Japan as the Great East Japan Earthquake.
Jidosha-Seizo Kabushiki-Kaisha ("Automobile Manufacturing Co., Ltd." in English) was established on December 26, 1933, taking over all the operations for manufacturing Datsuns from the automobile division of Tobata Casting Co., Ltd., and its company name was changed to Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. on June 1, 1934.