Kumamoto update link
5 days passed since last update, 1620 new events added, 8 bundles of 197 and the last 44, energy released total new 11.2 TTNT
to end of 13th Aug JST.
Total events now 11,322
So it has been going for 121 days or 4 months now, 14Apr-14Aug 2016
Since the data surge on 27th Jul in the 18 days since there have been 4187 events below M1 and 517 of M1-M2
Sure there were below M1 events before that, but not as many, in the 18 days prior to the 27th Jul there were only 505 below M1 and 180 of M1-M2.
Looking at the 197 area graph you can see a recent surge in the Northern Oita section on bundle/map 50, it's at Yufuogen Golf Club, 32 events, but
they are not very big magnitudes. That area only threw up a 5.4 and a 4.5 during the series, but enough aftershocks to include them, because the whole
islandof Kyushu has a fault running from SW to NE which was effected.
Sometimes with the NZ Topo map the whole series won't load completely, so if you are focusing on one spot (like looking at the Yufuogen Golf Club area
for example) you may have to delete cookies to get the latest version to load (Internet properties/delet Browsing History and check Cookies and
website data if you are using Firefox) or even refresh the page a few times or at worst close and restart Firefox (or whatever browser you use).
For comparison a couple of other big aftershock series that I have studied in recent times;
At the same point (elapsed time of 2906hrs/4 months)
The El Major-Cucapah, Baja M7.0 series of 2010 had had 22,086 events
L'Aquilla M6.3 series of 2009 had 14,685
Van, Turkey M7.2 series of 2011 had 8786
some others of note which were long but didn't come as close to those numbers within the first 4 months
SW off Kyushu had 2551
Dusky Sound NZ M7.6 2009 series had 2468
Canterbury 2010-11 M7.1 had 3807