Monday (03/14/2011), a new three-meter high tsunami was rolling toward the coast of northeastern Japan is destroyed by a similar disaster on Friday. Japanese authorities say, the new tsunami will reach the coast within a few minutes. Waves can be seen from a firefighting helicopter belonging Fukushima Prefecture, according to television reports. Meanwhile, NHK television said around 11:20 local time (or 09:20 pm GMT) tsunami will occur within 15 minutes. Sea levels are seen receding in Iwate Prefecture in northeastern Honshu Island, a phenomenon that usually happens before the devastating tsunami waves. Earlier, an earthquake occurred off the coast at about 140 kilometers (87 miles) northeast of Tokyo. Gempat shook tall buildings in the capital city of Japan, but the authorities did not issue a tsunami warning. According to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), gempat the magnitude 5.8 and centered at a depth of 18 kilometers.