In the eastern part of Japan, eight people have died as a result of the torrential rain that flooding and landslides have caused. It reports the news agency Kyodo today. A lot of the rivers came out their banks and many roads are flooded. Teams of rescue workers searching in the meantime with a helicopter for the survivors, but their job is made more difficult by the bad weather.
some 3,000 people were forced to spend the night at the Narita international airport in Tokyo, japan, as well as a public transport, severe discomfort, according to Kyodo.
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in The affected regions had only just recovered from the devastation earlier this month, Hagibis, is one of the most powerful typhoons, which over the past few decades in Japan before. The tornado took all the lives of 84 people, with nine people still unaccounted for.