Typhoon Faxai has delayed the departure for the Rugby World Cup in Japan of australia, even though England are expected to arrive at the championship without disruption.
The Wallabies were expected to arrive on Monday morning but have been delayed by 16 hours following their original flight had been cancelled due to heavy rain and strong winds from the area.
As the typhoon made landfall a suburb of the funds, in Chiba several railway and subway operators suspended services.
Night england began their journey into Japan on Sunday and therefore are anticipated to arrive at Tokyo afternoon without delay, with overlooked the worst of the storm.
Government spokesman Yoshihide Suga verified one man was killed and dozens injured by the typhoon, which caused over 900,000 electricity failures across the Tokyo region.
The Japan Meteorological Agency has cautioned after rain of mudslides and flooding.
World Cup organisers have planned for the chance of having to relocate teams or games to venues.
The stadiums for the first two matches of England, from the United States at Kobe and Tonga at Sapporo, have roofs and Jones states that the group will train indoors on artificial turf if necessary.
“It’s going to influence the World Cup, there’s no doubt about it,” said England head coach Eddie Jones after Friday’s 37-0 win over Italy.
“You’ve only got to ride with it, be adaptable and figure out how it is possible to handle the circumstance.
“After the typhoon comes, you simply can not go outdoors. It’s essentially a lock-down. Between being violent to very mild, it can vary.
“The issue is that can not go outdoors but we’ve got ideas of what we do if a typhoon stopped us coaching outdoors. We are going to train on artificial turf inside.”
England have two weeks to acclimatise to the states in Asia until they face Tonga in their opening match on September 22.
They will then confront the United States on September 26 before playing Argentina in Tokyo on October 5 on October 12.