Shocking Photos of Panic Buying in Japan as Typhoon Hagibis Approaches
Here are some photos of panic buying at different supermarkets and grocery stores in Japan as Super Typhoon Hagibis approaches.
Typhoon Hagibis continue to bring heavy rains and violent winds over different parts of the Philippines and now heading to make a landfall in Tokyo, Japan. Hagibis is considered as one of the strongest typhoon to hit Japan.
Japan’s Meteorological Agency reported that Hagibis has a maximum sustained winds of 162 kilometers per hour and gustiness of up to 234 kph. The agency has also advised the residents of Tokai and Kanto to brace for the brewing typhoon.
The authorities have already ordered the residents in the affected areas to evacuate and leave their homes immediately. The super typhoon is expected to cause disasters and severe damages.
Recently, several netizens have already shared the photos of panic buying in Japan as the super Typhoon Hagibis approaches. The residents purchased most of the grocery items as a preparation for the disastrous effects of Hagibis.
In the photos, it can be seen that the shelves at supermarkets are almost empty due to the panic buying.
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