Within a short period of time this morning, earthquakes were felt around the world in and around Tokyo, Japan, near the coastal city of Tecoanapa, Mexico, by Charlotte Amalie, US Virgin Islands, and on the north shore of Puerto Rico. The strongest of the bunch was in Tokyo; the epicenter of that quake was centered near Tokyo Disneyland and was ranked a 4.9. The Mexican earthquake was 4.1, the US Virgin Island quake was 3.4, and the quake north of Puerto Rico was ranked 3.2.
Tokyo has been shaking from several earthquakes in recent hours; a 4.3, a 4.6, and a 4.7 all happened prior to the 4.9 that struck moments ago. People on Twitter are describing their experiences in the shaking, but there have been no official damage or injury reports compiled yet.
Various Tsunami Warning centers around the world are monitoring these quakes and keeping an eye on the potential for more. Based on historical data, no warning center believes any of the quakes to this point would be able to generate a dangerous tsunami.