Super Typhoon Hagibis killed one person and injured 60 people after making landfall in Japan today, as seven million residents were urged to evacuate their homes.
The Category 4 storm bore down on the Japanese capital on Saturday bringing with it the heaviest rain and winds seen in a generation.
Typhoon Hagibis resulted in record-breaking rainfall in many areas, bursting some river banks and threatening to flood low-lying Tokyo.
Authorities are warning Hagibis could be the strongest typhoon to hit the the mega-city since 1958, warning of deluges that occur only once in decades.
It has already triggered a mass…