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Tam Mei typhoon transit Okinawa "Japan's largest" golden bodhisattva was blown down

In early September, the typhoon has just plunged into the western part of Japan, and now the typhoon Tan Mei, which traverses Japan's territory, has blown Japan from head to toe.

According to the report of the Ryukyu New Daily website on September 30, it is located in the Southeastern Botanical Garden of Okinawa City. It is said that Japan's largest golden body Guanyin Bodhisattva, the Ryukyu Golden Palace Guanyin Bodhisattva, failed to withstand the test of Tam Mei's typhoon. After the typhoon crossing on the 30th, the statue of Gundam, which is 25 meters high and weighed 40 tons, was found to have been blown down by strong winds. Fortunately, no casualties were caused.

The report said that the statue of Guanyin Bodhisattva, which was blown down, was donated to Iizuka City, Fukuoka Prefecture, and was just released in April this year. A person from the plant paradise where the Buddha statue was placed said that he did not expect such a situation. At 13:00 on the 29th, they took certain typhoon measures and then withdrew from the wind. When the typhoon passed, and when I came back to work on the morning of the 30th, I found that the wire used to strengthen the Bodhisattva image had been torn off. The Bodhisattva fell from the base of 7,7 meters high, causing property losses of 100 million yen. More than 6.03 million yuan).

A strong typhoon Tan Mei landed in Wakayama Prefecture, Japan at around 8 pm on September 30, and then continued to move northeast in the direction of the Japanese territory. According to the Japanese Meteorological Information Corporation, as of 2 am on October 1 (1 am Beijing time), the Typhoon Center has arrived near Niigata and Gunma Prefecture in the northeastern part of Honshu, Japan. It is expected that the land will be left at around 9 am and the typhoon storm zone will be swept from the eastern part of Hokkaido.

According to Kyodo News, as of the evening of September 30, Tan Mei had injured 76 people and one person was missing. Osaka Kansai Airport, which had previously been stranded by passengers due to Typhoon Feiyan, evacuated and closed two runways. The JR ordinary line of the Tokyo Metropolitan Area ceased operation from 8:00 pm on the 30th, and the scheduled departures of the Tokaido Shinkansen and Sanyo Shinkansen lines were implemented.

Tan Mei also caused a lot of influence on Chinese tourists who visited Japan during the National Day Golden Week. Some travel agencies were forced to make emergency adjustments to routes and routes. However, the Chinese women's volleyball team, which is participating in the women's volleyball World Championships in Sapporo, was fortunate enough to escape the typhoon attack. The storm area of ​​Tanmei was being wiped from the east side of Sapporo.

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