The place where two earthquakes hit every hour

Tokyo (CNN) -- The light bulb above our dining room table begins to swing. The windows rattle. The table shakes. Then the whole room shudders, the walls vibrating violently. A vase of flowers wobbles on a top shelf. Glasses clink. There's a loud rumble and a roar. Then the bookshelf tears loose from the wall, scattering books everywhere, before we hear a shattering crash.

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