Residential areas are submerged in muddy waters after an embankment of the Chikuma River broke in Nagano, Japan, on October 13.
Yohei Kanasashi/AP

In photos: Typhoon Hagibis hits Japan

Updated 1:55 PM ET, Sun October 13, 2019

Residential areas are submerged in muddy waters after an embankment of the Chikuma River broke in Nagano, Japan, on October 13.
Yohei Kanasashi/AP

Typhoon Hagibis made landfall in Japan Saturday just before 7 p.m local time on the Izu Peninsula, southwest of Tokyo. Japanese public broadcaster NHK reported the storm has killed at least 25 people, injured 175, and 18 people remain missing.

The Japanese Meteorological Agency issued a Level 5 Emergency Weather Warning and at least eight prefectures ordered evacuations totaling more than 930,00 people, according to Japan's Fire and Disaster Management Agency.