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Rare ‘special warning’ issued as violent typhoon makes landfall in Japan

More than 7 million people urged to take refuge as Typhoon Nanmadol hits south-west of country with 150mph winds

Typhoon Nanmadol made landfall in south-western Japan on Sunday night, with authorities urging millions of people to take shelter from the powerful storm’s high winds and torrential rain.

The storm officially made landfall at about 7pm local time (11am BST) as its eyewall – the region just outside the eye that is it most devastating region – arrived near Kagoshima, the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) said.

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