WATCH: Parts of Japan are being evacuated as it expects the biggest storm in 25 years
It is being reported that two people have died as a result of the extreme weather conditions.
Typhoon Jebi has hit Japan, and it looks like the effects are going to be devastating.
The country has been bracing for flooding as the strongest typhoon to hit the country in 25 years tears through parts of the west of Japan.
Local media have reported that two people have already died as a result of the violent weather, as well as a number of people being injured.
A number of videos have emerged of footage of the weather wreaking havoc on the nation.
VIDEO: The strongest typhoon to hit Japan in 25 years -- with winds of up to 216 kms (135 miles) per hour -- has made landfall, with more than a million people urged to evacuate as the storm battered the country's west #TyphoonJebi #Gobo pic.twitter.com/Jzk3nkrVO2
— AFP news agency (@AFP) September 4, 2018
— BNO News (@BNONews) September 4, 2018
This semi-truck was flipped on its side and crashed into the side of a bridge as Typhoon Jebi slammed the southern coast of Japan, the strongest typhoon to make landfall there in 25 years https://t.co/uW6eXB4Emm pic.twitter.com/2VDt6Ibqdw
— CNN (@CNN) September 4, 2018
Over a million people have been told to evacuate certain parts of the west of Japan on Monday.
Channel News Asia reported that more than a million households were left without power by the storm, and evacuation advisories were issued for nearly 1.2 million people, though only another 16,000 were under stronger - though still not mandatory - evacuation orders.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had urged people to evacuate early and ordered the government to take all necessary measures to protect residents of the affected areas after the weather agency warned of extremely dangerous conditions.
Abe said: "I urge the Japanese people to take action to protect your lives, including preparing and evacuating early."