On the eve of the typhoon, the sky of Japan is purple, like the devil in the world.

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 On the eve of the typhoon, the sky of Japan is purple, like the devil in the world.


This is not animation! Wind King landed in Japan, where the sky turned purple (Source: ~)

Upload the picture of the netizen Tucao to the magic gate has been opened (Twitter)

The netizen also made PS (Twitter) of the picture with the cartoon stem.

Overseas Network, Oct. 12 - Typhoon No. 19 of this year, Haibeisi, will land in Kanto, Japan, on the evening of December 12. Affected by the typhoon, the sky in many parts of Japan turned purple or pink on the evening of November 11. Japanese netizens are sharing pictures on social media. There are two netizens who also Tucao, which indicates the beginning of the end of Japan.

Some netizens upload pictures and Tucao the end of Japan is about to start (Twitter).

Purple sky pictures shared by netizens (twitter)

Some Netizens feel that the sky is beautiful (Twitter)

Some netizens took pictures of Twiiter in the purple sky.

According to Japans Yomiuri Shimbun, Typhoon 19 is approaching Kanto and the East China Sea. The government has issued asylum instructions to 1.4 million people in seven areas, including Tokyo. On the morning of December 12, a house in Chiba County was knocked down by a strong wind, causing five injuries.

Emergency reminder issued by embassy (website of Chinese Embassy in Japan)

In response to the disaster, the website of the Chinese Embassy in Japan issued an urgent reminder on 10 th, calling on Chinese citizens visiting Japan and Chinese citizens to plan to travel in time to pay attention to the weather conditions, adjust their journeys ahead of time, and keep away from rivers, seaside and mountainous areas, so as to avoid encountering natural disasters such as floods or landslides. Source: Overseas Network Responsible Editor: Wang Ning_NB12468

In response to the disaster, the website of the Chinese Embassy in Japan issued an urgent reminder on 10 th, calling on Chinese citizens visiting Japan and Chinese citizens to plan to travel in time to pay attention to the weather conditions, adjust their journeys ahead of time, and keep away from rivers, seaside and mountainous areas, so as to avoid encountering natural disasters such as floods or landslides.