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Japanese People Are Finding Hilarious Ways To Deal With Typhoon Hagibis

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Japanese People Are Finding Hilarious Ways To Deal With Typhoon Hagibis

‘The Worst Storm in 60 Years’

The Typhoon Hagibis, meaning ‘Speed’ has left the Capital, Tokyo with some serious damage to the surrounding regions. Rivers are now bursting their banks and the torrential raindrop has been triggering landslides.

On Sunday night into Monday morning, over 100,000 rescuers, including about 31, 000 troops were reported to claw their way through the debris to rescue individuals that are trapped by floods.

While authorities have, however, warned of more possible mudslides with the rain forecast, some Japan citizens are presently dealing with what is tagged ‘Worst Storm in 60 Years’ in the strangest way possible.

Ranging from a guy swinging in the park to some individuals playing with a float despite Muashikosugi being flooded, we at Greenlemon has compiled the best for you!

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