Shinkansen bullet trains submerged at their base in Akanuma, Nagano Prefecture, central Japan. /VCG Photo
The powerful Typhoon Hagibis has left at least 33 people dead and another 19 missing, causing damage across Japan, Kyodo News reported on Sunday.
Hagibis made landfall near Izu Peninsula in Shizuoka Prefecture on Saturday evening and brought heavy downpour and winds to central and eastern parts of the country.
Houses in Nagano, central Japan, submerged after the Chikuma River overflowed due to Typhoon Hagibis. /VCG Photo
Around 140,000 households in the greater Tokyo area and neighboring areas lost power on Sunday, according to NHK.
Rescue operations are still underway as Japan's defense ministry dispatched some 27,000 Self-Defense Force troops to the typhoon-hit areas.
Japan Meteorological Agency has lifted all heavy rainfall emergency warnings and the typhoon has been downgraded to an extratropical cyclone off Japan's eastern coast on Sunday afternoon.
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