The 22nd typhoon of the year is expected to hit Tokyo and the surrounding area in a couple of hours (6pm). And experts are predicting it will be the strongest to hit the region in over a decade. By noon tomorrow, we have been told to expect about 250 millimetres of rainfall.
It’s not pleasant, that’s for sure.
Although I am fortunate in that a (typhoon proof and licensed) convenience store lies around the corner from where I live. Just near enough to make a quick beverage dash.
It’s arrived. And just like the trains, it was on time.