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Japan prepares as super typhoon approaches

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Japan prepares as super typhoon approaches

Japan prepares as super typhoon approaches

Japan battens down the hatches as approaching super typhoon leads to Rugby World Cup match cancellations.

SHOWS: KYONAN TOWN, JAPAN (OCTOBER 10, 2019) (TV TOKYO - Broadcasters: NO USE JAPAN / MUST ON-SCREEN COURTESY "TV TOKYO" WHEN VIDEO IS USED ON CABLE, COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE IN JAPAN BY CNN, CNNI, BBC WORLD, NBC & CNBC.

Digital: NO USE JAPANESE WEBSITES) 1.

VARIOUS OF AERIAL SHOTS OF HOUSES COVERED WITH BLUE TARPAULINS 2.

VARIOUS OF HOUSES COVERED BY TARPAULINS 3.

VARIOUS OF PEOPLE COVERING ROOF YOKOHAMA, JAPAN (OCTOBER 10, 2019) (TV TOKYO - Broadcasters: NO USE JAPAN / MUST ON-SCREEN COURTESY "TV TOKYO" WHEN VIDEO IS USED ON CABLE, COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE IN JAPAN BY CNN, CNNI, BBC WORLD, NBC & CNBC.

Digital: NO USE JAPANESE WEBSITES) 4.

EXTERIOR OF YOKOHAMA INTERNATIONAL STADIUM 5.

SIGN SHOWING THAT ENGLAND-FRANCE MATCH HAS BEEN CANCELLED 6.

POSTER OF ENGLAND-FRANCE MATCH STORY: People prepare for torrential rain and powerful wind on Thursday (October 10) as a super typhoon Hagibis headed north over the Pacific towards Japan's main island.

People in Kyonan Town and other towns in Chiba prefecture, which are still recovering from a devastating typhoon Faxai that struck a month ago, started to put blue tarps on damaged roofs, to prevent the water leaks.

Rugby World Cup organisers have cancelled Saturday's game between England and France as well as New Zealand's match against Italy due to the risk from the typhoon, while a Sunday game between hosts Japan and Scotland is in doubt.

Typhoon Hagibis is expected to pass over the bigger Tokyo areas on Saturday (October 12).

(Production: Kwiyeon Ha)




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