Update 2022-09-20 (3): On Tuesday (20 September), more than 130,000 households, most of them in the Kyushu region, are still without electricity. However, most public transportation resumed normal service, but dozens of flights remain grounded in the northeastern part of the country.
Update 2022-09-20 (2): According to further media reports from Tuesday (20 September), at least two more people were found dead in the south-western Myazaki prefecture and at least one person is still missing.
Update 2022-09-20 (1): According to the sources from Tuesday (20 September), at least two people were killed while hundreds sustained injuries following Typhoon Nanmadol in the Kyushu region. However, after causing severe damage, the Typhoon moved across the Japanese archipelago to the Pacific, gathering heavy rainfall. In addition, power outages also remain ongoing in several parts. Moreover, rescue operation remains ongoing.