This year’s No. 15 typhoon “Faxi” attacked the strongest typhoon in the history of Japan’s Kanto, in addition to causing at least one death and 36 injuries, which also caused the Nissan automobile factory to suspend production, and Sony The main factory that made the PS4 game was temporarily shut down.
The Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK) interviewed police and fire-fighting units from all over the country, and Fass has caused at least one death and 36 injuries. The death disaster occurred in Tokyo. The injuries were 11 in Shizuoka, 10 in Saitama, 6 in Kanagawa, 4 in Chiba, 3 in Tokyo, and 2 in Ibaraki.
According to self-collected information, NHK has a total of 84 residential tin roofs that have been blown up or partially damaged in Kanagawa Prefecture as of 10:00 am; and a construction site in the West End of Yokohama City The building’s eagle frame collapsed and was scattered on the sidewalk and driveway.
At the entrance of the front shopping street of JR Kamakura Station in Kamakura City, an arched iron kanban with a height of about 7 meters and written with “Yu Cheng Tong” collapsed, and some of the store’s glass was damaged.
The Kamakura City Tourism Association also said on Twitter that it was affected by the invasion of France and West. As of 10:10 am, JR Kamakura Station and Enoji Electric Kamakura Station were suspended.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. is located in the Yokohama Plant, which is responsible for the assembly of vehicles in Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture, and the Yokohama Plant, which is responsible for the production of engines in the Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-shi, and has suspended production operations in the morning due to the flooding of the plant.
Due to the blackout caused by the invasion of France, Sony’s Sony plant in Kisarazu, Chiba Prefecture also ceased operation in the morning.
Sony said that the factory is the main factory for the production of PS4, a home TV game. At present, about 700 staff members are on standby at home, and the power company will resume production after repairing power.
Affected by power outages or flooding, a total of 94 convenience stores were temporarily closed in Chiba Prefecture, Tokyo, and Kanagawa Prefecture.
According to the statistics of the Tokyo Fire Department and the Oda City Fire Department, Fassi has caused flooding of 361 homes and roads in Tokyo. There are also road trees in the vicinity of the Imperial Palace that are not affected by strong winds and some roads are flooded.