Soldiers pulled the body of a 58-year-old man from a hot spring inn knocked down by a landslide in northern Japan, bringing the death toll in a weekend earthquake to 10. Authorities said 12 people were still missing from Saturday's 7.2-magnitude quake, which tore across the rural area, triggering a series of deadly landslides that barreled into homes and swept away roads. Hope of finding more survivors dimmed Monday. Dozens of soldiers and other rescue workers surrounded the remains of the resort inn, which had been deluged with mud, rocks and trees. The body discovered Monday was the fourth salvaged from the inn. Three more were believed buried and presumed dead in the wreckage. Police spokesman Naoshi Tokunaga said the mud was hindering search operations.