The Asahi Shimbun reported that a storm that hit the western part of Japan on Tuesday (4/9/2018) also made thousands of people displaced at the airport.
The typhoon also caused damaged and high-wave infrastructure. In the photo released by Jiji Press, Wednesday (05/08/2018), the car looks stacked irregularly, overlapping, and some are reversed due to strong winds in Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture.
In addition, vehicles in the parking lot near the Osaka Prefecture’s Sakishima office in Suminoe Ward were also in reverse. In the loading and unloading area in Osaka there were also containers falling down like lego when viewed from above.
In Kyoto, the typhoon knocked down part of the ceiling of the main train station. A strong gust crushed the roof of the house, made the truck upside down on the bridge, and dragged 2,591 tons of tankers anchored in Osaka Bay to the bridge leading to Kansai International Airport.
The wind of up to 216 km per hour made more than 1.2 million people ordered to leave their homes following the typhoon Jebi which approached the Kansai area.