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Typhoon likely to land on Honshu, Japan

09-21-2011 15:05 BJT

A man walks into a shelter without power becuase of typhoon Roke in Kihocho of Mie, Japan,
Sept. 21, 2011. A strong typhoon is likely to land on Japan's largest island of Honshu and
makes its way across on Wednesday, with Japan Meteorological Agency calling for "the
greatest possible vigilance." (Xinhua/Kyodo)

Waves caused by typhoon Roke are seen in Kihocho of Mie, Japan, Sept. 21, 2011. A strong
typhoon is likely to land on Japan's largest island of Honshu and makes its way across on
Wednesday, with Japan Meteorological Agency calling for "the greatest possible
vigilance." (Xinhua/Kyodo)

People work on strengthening riverbank in Moriyama of Nagoya, Japan, Sept. 21, 2011. A
strong typhoon is likely to land on Japan's largest island of Honshu and makes its way
across on Wednesday, with Japan Meteorological Agency calling for "the greatest possible
vigilance." (Xinhua/Kyodo)

People rest at a shelter in Kihocho of Mie, Japan, Sept. 21, 2011. A strong typhoon is
likely to land on Japan's largest island of Honshu and makes its way across on Wednesday,
with Japan Meteorological Agency calling for "the greatest possible
vigilance." (Xinhua/Kyodo)

A truck run on a flooded road in Kihocho of Mie, Japan, Sept. 21,
2011. A strong typhoon is likely to land on Japan's largest island
of Honshu and makes its way across on Wednesday, with Japan
Meteorological Agency calling for "the greatest possible vigilance."
(Xinhua/Kyodo)

A parking lot is buried by mud and rubbish brought by the rising water of river as typhoon
Roke brought heavy rainfall in Moriyama of Nagoya, Japan, Sept. 21, 2011. A strong typhoon
is likely to land on Japan's largest island of Honshu and makes its way across on
Wednesday, with Japan Meteorological Agency calling for "the greatest possible
vigilance." (Xinhua/Kyodo)

 

Editor:Wang Xiaomei |Source: Xinhua

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