Typhoon Haibeisi has caused 2 deaths and 3 disappearances in Japan, creating many most

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Kawasaki Street, Japan (Daily News)

Domokawa River floods (Yomiuri Shimbun, Japan)

Overseas Network, Oct. 12 - Typhoon Haibeisi, No. 19 of this year, landed in Kanto, Japan on the evening of December 12, setting the highest tide level and rainfall in the local sea. At present, two people have died and three people are missing. Japan Meteorological Agency held a press conference on the evening of December 12, saying that Japan is experiencing unprecedented heavy rain and calling on people to take life as the top priority.

Japans NHK TV reported on December 12 that Japan has issued the latest rainstorm warning in five counties. The tide level in Guandong and the East China Sea has risen to more than 1 meter, and the highest tide level has been recorded in many areas.

Japan Meteorological Agency held a press conference (NHK TV)

At 8:50 p.m. local time, Yasushi Hayahara, Director of Forecasting Department of the Japan Meteorological Agency, said at a press conference of the Meteorological Agency: At present, special warnings have been issued in Ibaraki, Takagi, Shinju, Fukushima and Miyagi prefectures, and unprecedented heavy rain is coming in the area. Landslides, debris flows and other disasters are likely to occur. In order to save lives, all precautionary measures should be taken. Now the situation has reached the alert level of 5.

As of 8:30 p.m. local time, Japan had 1.36 million people, a total of 2.8 million people received asylum instructions. The agency also said it had issued special warnings in 12 prefectures of Japan due to natural disasters, the most in history.

According to Japans Yomiuri Shimbun, Typhoon Habeth has killed two people, left three missing and injured at least 56 others.

Residents take refuge in local primary schools (Asahi Shimbun, Japan)

Japans Ministry of Land, Transport and Transportation said that rising sea water could submerge the Tokyo Bay area, calling on local residents to pay attention to the dangers of big waves. In addition to the coastal areas, we need to guard against River flooding. According to Kyodo News Agency, Haibes landed on the Izu Peninsula at about 7 p.m. local time on December 12. Heavy storms and rains hit Shizuoka Prefecture and other places. Typhoon will pass over Tokyo at 9 p.m. As of 7 p.m., Hakone, Kanagawa County, had a rainfall of 870 mm on the 12th day, the highest in the whole day since records were observed 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: Xu Meng-NN7485, responsible editor of Overseas Networks

Japans Ministry of Land, Transport and Transportation said that rising sea water could submerge the Tokyo Bay area, calling on local residents to pay attention to the dangers of big waves. In addition to the coastal areas, we need to guard against River flooding.

According to Kyodo News Agency, Haibes landed on the Izu Peninsula at about 7 p.m. local time on December 12. Heavy storms and rains hit Shizuoka Prefecture and other places. Typhoon will pass over Tokyo at 9 p.m. As of 7 p.m., Hakone, Kanagawa County, had a rainfall of 870 mm on the 12th day, the highest in the whole day since records were observed 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.