East Asian typhoon Nammaado is approaching Japan, where more than 4 million people have been warned to evacuate.
According to reports, the Japan Meteorological Agency issued a level 5 warning for typhoon Nanmadou, which is expected to hit the Kyushu region of the country.
Within the scope of the highest level of the disaster early warning system – warning level 5, Japan issued an evacuation appeal to 1.94 million households and 4.03 million people.
The news said that the typhoon “Nammaduo”, which is the 14th typhoon in the country this year, will also bring rain to the Shikoku and China regions of the country.
During this period, Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airways, one of Japan’s largest airlines, announced more than 500 flight cancellations.
Japan Railways said in a statement that after warning of a strong typhoon, high-speed trains on the regional Kyushu Shinkansen have been stopped, and trains on the Tokaido Shinkansen and Sanyo Shinkansen may also be disrupted.