The Japanese Meteorological Agency canceled the tsunami warning that was issued after 6.7-magnitude earthquake hit the east coast of Japan near Honshu on Thursday morning.

The quake centered off the coast of Iwate prefecture occurred at 6:51 a.m. Japan time. The agency earlier warned that a tsunami of about one-and-a-half meter (20 inches) could follow.  

The U.S. Pacific Tsunami warning center said that it did not expect a destructive Pacific-wide tsunami.

The 19.9 miles (32 kilometers) wide quake, caused tremors across the northern half of the country, including Tokyo, a local media reported.

The quake was followed by several smaller aftershocks, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency.

There were no immediate reports of damage, injuries or deaths.