Fukozu Fault

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Fukōzu Fault (深溝断層 Fukōzu Dansō?) is a fault in Aichi Prefecture of Japan, which was responsible for the 1945 Mikawa earthquake. It extends some 28 km (10 km under the sea) to Nishio City.[1] It flows into the Yokosuka fault which extends another 20 km.

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