High waves caused by Typhoon Hagibis break on the shores of SenjojikiImage copyright
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High waves have already started hitting the coast

Japan is bracing itself for what could be its heaviest rain and winds for 60 years as Typhoon Hagibis edges closer.

Hagibis is hitting winds of 180km/h (111mph) which could cause floods and landslides, the Japan Meteorological Agency says.

The typhoon is expected to hit the most populous island of Honshu on Saturday.

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