Tropical storm Krosa has disrupted transport services during the peak summer holiday period in Japan.
Airlines canceled over 800 domestic flights on Thursday. Another 48 flights were axed on Friday morning and flights to and from Tohoku and Hokkaido face disruptions depending on the course of the storm.
Airlines are advising passengers to check online for the latest flight information.
Bullet train services in western Japan are back to normal on Friday while they were either cancelled or reduced on Thursday. But railway companies say some regular trains will be cancelled to confirm the safety of the tracks.
Hokkaido Railway Company said it will cancel some regular train services because of the approaching storm.