From the 10th floor of Create hall.
Here is the Nakagawa just after the typhoon, with the Sky Tree in the distance. It looks like the Nakagawa almost overflowed, but didn’t quite.
If you click on the photo (e.g. on the Sky Tree) you can see it full size.
The typhoon is now past Tokyo and headed north, and the skies have cleared up.
Tomorrow is a national holiday here in Japan – Shuubun no Hi – The Autumnal Equinox. It’s not a 3 day weekend, because the equinox falls on a Tuesday. But still a day off to break up the week.
I hope your last 24 hours of summer go well.
There was a surprisingly large earthquake just a few minutes ago. No damage in my house. It was a Shindo 5- out of 7 centered in southern Ibaraki. It was Shindo 4 here in Tokyo. The magnitude was 5.6.