Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that the Japanese government will decide at its Wednesday session to allocate 710 million yen (around Dollars 6.6 million) to support the areas affected by the devastating Typhoon Hagibis.
Typhoon Hagibis, the most powerful to hit Japan in decades, pummeled embankments and levees, and caused numerous rivers to overflow and homes to collapse.
According to the land ministry on Thursday, it has been confirmed that more than 23,000 hectares of land on Japan's main island of Honshu have been flooded, with the vastness of the flooding far more serious than the 18,500 hectares that were affected when torrential rain lashed western Japan a year ago, killing more than 200 people.
The storm made landfall on Saturday evening local time on the Izu Peninsula, southwest of Tokyo.
Public broadcaster NHK said 12 were missing and bigger than 220 injured after Typhoon Hagibis lashed thru the Japanese archipelago on the weekend.
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Residents in Fukushima prefecture, which has considered the supreme selection of casualties, were busy dumping water-broken furniture and garbage onto the streets.
"It was cold. I couldn't sleep well as I also anxious whether I can return home", said 56-year-old Tomoko Yamaki at an evacuation center in the town of Marumori in Miyagi Prefecture, which logged 4.6 C in the morning.
In Date town, not far from the website of the nuclear tragedy in 2011, farmer Masao Hirayama piled wet publications in the road before his residence, adding into a mound of crap in the area. His wife and wife had remained with relatives throughout the storm.
"I think down", Hirayama, 70, said, including that the flood had swept away all his green homes and farming instruments. "All that is left is the land".
Hirayama said he had rebuilt his residence in 1989, raising the ground stage following a flood in 1986. His family plan to live on the second floor until he can make repairs, which he reckons could take three months.