More than one million people in Japan have been told to leave their homes as the country braces itself for a powerful typhoon.
One man's already been killed as the storm - forecast to be the worst in six decades - approaches landfall.
17,000 police and military troops are standing ready for rescue operations.
A number of Rugby World Cup matches have also been cancelled, however Ireland's game against Samoa in Fukuoka is going ahead.
Sky's Tom Cheshire is in Tokyo.