Mindul Typhoon that struck the Eastern regions of Japan, including the Kanto region on Honshu island, led to the cancellation of over 400 flights, including Tokyo international airport Haneda.
All schedule changes air traffic affected at least 49 thousand people.
In addition, interruptions were experienced train traffic in Tokyo and the Tokai region. For the first time in 11 years a Typhoon came in Kanto, bypassing other parts of the country.
According to Japanese meteorological Agency, the wind in the midst of a Typhoon Mindul reach about 180 km/h. Japanese meteorologists are calling for vigilance because of the danger of floods and landslides caused by torrential rains.
Another Typhoon is expected Tuesday on the island of Hokkaido in Northern Japan. In addition, southwest Japan Typhoon moves Raganrok, which is expected on 25 August will affect the island of Okinawa and South of Kyushu island.