Overseas Network October 12th This year’s No. 19 typhoon “Habei Si” has landed in Japan on the 12th, and has already caused some injuries. In response to the strongest typhoon of the year, Japan is waiting to be up and down. After seeing the disaster information, some netizens rushed to the Tokyo supermarket to purchase materials. As a result, they found that supermarket goods had already been snapped up.
According to a report by the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK) on the 11th and 12th, the Japan Meteorological Agency said at the press conference held on the 11th that at noon that the “Habeisi” was at a speed of 25 kilometers per hour to the northwest of the parent island of the Ogasawara Islands. Mobile, will continue to land in Japan from the 12th to the 13th, and the vast areas such as Japan’s Kanto will encounter violent storms, and urge people to prepare for disaster prevention in a timely manner.
In order to prepare for the typhoon, the Japanese netizens rushed to the Tokyo supermarket to snap up the disaster-stricken materials on the same day. As a result, they found that the shelves in the store were empty and the goods were sold out.
According to NHK reports, a strong typhoon landed in Japan on the 12th, in which many houses in the original city of Chiba Prefecture were damaged, and many people were injured, including children, and more than 9,000 households were cut off.
According to reports, a number of Japanese airlines and railway companies have also decided to take measures to suspend operations from the 12th to the 13th. The Shinkansen in the metropolitan area has been suspended since the morning of the 12th. In addition, Japanese airlines have decided to ground more than 1,000 domestic flights on the 12th, and hundreds of international flights have also been cancelled.
On the 10th, the website of the Chinese Embassy in Japan issued an urgent reminder for Typhoon Haibeisi, calling on Chinese tourists visiting Japan and those planning to travel to pay attention to the weather conditions, adjust the itinerary in advance, and stay away from rivers and beaches. Mountain areas to avoid natural disasters such as floods or landslides.