Typhoon Kills Nine People in Japan
TOKYO (Reuters) – A powerful typhoon killed at least nine people in western Japan and an airport company started to transfer 3000 stranded passengers by boat.
Aside from that there are more than a million homes were without electricity, according to NHK broadcaster.
Jebi or “swallow” in Korean was briefly a super typhoon and is considered as the most powerful storm that hits Japan for the last 25 years. It follows heavy rains, landslides, floods and record-breaking hit that killed some people.
There are places in Japan that are always experiencing disasters but there are also places which are disaster free. So, better check the internet first which places are disaster free before going to Japan.