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The authors emphasize the important role of the large scale strike-slip faults in the tectonic history of the circum-Japan Sea region including the origin of the Japan Sea Basins. NE-SW to NNE-SSW trending faults in the region were formed by the intense compression from the south which corresponds to the "pulse" suggested by LARSON and PITMAN (1972) . NS to NNW-SSE trending faults in Northeast Japan were formed one after another from east to west by the left-lateral simple shear force induceddoi:10.4294/jpe1952.26.supplement_s537 fatcat:7c7pozexs5ae7cgej4ncb2da2q