Typhoon Malakas draws by Japan in the direction of Tokyo
The typhoon Malakas is playing again in Japan. Two people were on Tuesday injured on the island of Kyushu, where heavy storms and rains rage.
It is expected that Malakas continue to the northeast, in the direction of Tokyo.
Japanese authorities are reporting on Kyushu wind speeds of 160 kilometers per hour and a rainfall of 200 mm. More than a hundred domestic flights had to be cancelled.
The typhoon, which follow the tropical cyclone, Meranti, pulled off the past week along Taiwan and the Chinese coast. Meranti, the most powerful typhoon of the year, made in China already for dozens of deaths. More than 500,000 citizens had to be evacuated.
Two weeks ago hit another typhoon, Lionrock, all the north and northeast of Japan. At least ten people were killed; tens of thousands were without electricity.