Over 5,000 Still Evacuated

Over 5,000 still evacuated

Japan's Cabinet Office said a total of 5,008 people in 13 prefectures were still in evacuation facilities after Typhoon Hagibis battered much of the country over the weekend.

Fukushima Prefecture in northeastern Japan has the highest number of evacuees, with 1,882 remaining at 61 facilities. Nagano Prefecture northwest of Tokyo follows with 1,084, while Miyagi Prefecture to the north of Fukushima has 862.

Over 13,000 Homes Flooded After Typhoon Hagibis

Over 13,000 homes flooded after Typhoon Hagibis

NHK has learned that more than 13,000 homes were flooded due to Typhon Hagibis which swept across Japan over the weekend.

Data collected from NHK stations across the country showed that more than 1,000 houses were destroyed or partially damaged.

Over 12,000 Homes Flooded After Typhoon Hagibis

Over 12,000 homes flooded after Typhoon Hagibis

NHK has learned that more than 12,000 homes were flooded due to Typhon Hagibis which swept across Japan over the weekend.

Data collected from NHK stations across the country showed that about 900 houses were destroyed or partially damaged.

Minister: Typhoon Damages Over 670 Schools

Minister: Typhoon damages over 670 schools

Japan's education minister says more than 670 educational facilities were damaged by Typhoon Hagibis.

Koichi Hagiuda told reporters on Tuesday that as of 5 a.m., 678 institutions including kindergartens, elementary, junior high and high schools as well as universities in 10 prefectures suffered flooding, rain leaking and other problems.

Over 10,000 Homes Flooded After Typhoon Hagibis

Over 10,000 homes flooded after Typhoon Hagibis

NHK has learned that more than 10,000 homes were flooded due to Typhon Hagibis which swept across Japan over the weekend.

Data collected from NHK stations across the country showed that about 900 houses were destroyed or partially damaged.

31 Dead, Over 180 Injured By Typhoon Hagibis

31 dead, over 180 injured by Typhoon Hagibis

Typhoon Hagibis brought record rainfall to much of the country and left a trail of death and destruction in its wake. 31 people have died, 15 are missing and more than 180 have been injured.

The land and transport ministry says 142 rivers have overflowed their banks in central and northern Japan and levees along 21 rivers have collapsed.

Over 800 Domestic Flights Canceling Sunday

Over 800 domestic flights canceling Sunday

Airlines in Japan have canceled more than 800 domestic flights scheduled for Sunday.

All Nippon Airways has canceled 297 flights, including all departures and arrivals at Narita Airport, and most at Haneda Airport.

Over 7,000 Homes Without Power In Kanto Area

Over 7,000 homes without power in Kanto area

More than 7,000 households in the greater Tokyo area are without electricity because of Typhoon Hagibis.

As of 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, the power had gone down for about 6,000 houses in Chiba Prefecture, 1,000 in Ibaraki Prefecture and 200 in Saitama Prefecture, along with dozens in Tokyo.

Over 1,600 Domestic Flights Canceled

Over 1,600 domestic flights canceled

Airlines in Japan will cancel more than 1,600 domestic flights on Saturday due to a powerful typhoon.

Japan Airlines will cancel 542 flights across the country, including most to and from Haneda and Narita airports.