Being reported anywhere from 7.9 to 8.8 magnitude.
I've been watching the Japanese TV feed over justin.tv, thanks to Ken for the link. It's pretty crazy. I'm really glad I'm not there... and really worried for my friends.
(Well, though, I'm GOING back to Japan in 5 days... and staying at my old house... hopefully it hasn't collapsed... I've been in Seattle for 2 months, I'm in the process of moving back to the US.)
I was going to make a post about the Kamagaya Festival that's going to take place on March 12 -- which is tomorrow in Japan -- but since Chiba prefecture got hit pretty hard by the earthquake (an oil refinery exploded, some power plans are down, and most of the coastline is flooded) I have no idea whether they're still planning to hold it.
EDIT> Kamagaya cancelled everything for the weekend -- the festival is completely cancelled as are the games on Saturday and Sunday.
Either way, if you read my blog and you are in Japan, please let me know that you are okay and if there's anything I can do to help.
EDIT> Jason Coskrey was at Yokohama when the earthquake hit.
All open-sen games are cancelled on Saturday.
I've managed to get in touch with most of my friends in Japan; most are shaken but not hurt (literally).
Still not sure if I'll be able to actually LAND THERE on Wednesday though...