Typhoon Hagibis: Satellites show Japan rivers in flood
The biggest typhoon to hit Japan in decades has left a trail of destruction in its wake. More than 40 people died as a result of Typhoon Hagibis and hundreds have been rescued after being stranded by flooded rivers and landslides.
Satellite images show how the river Naka in Hinuma burst its banks, flooding nearby homes.
Interactive See the extent of flooding on the Naka River near Kawagoe
The typhoon battered eight prefectures across Japan, with wind speeds of up to 225km/h (140mph).
Akigase Park, on the Arakawa River flood plain near Saitama City, was submerged after the typhoon.
Interactive See the extent of flooding on the Arakawa River north of Tokyo
Industrial areas in Yoshinodai, near Kawagoe, were protected by flood defences as water levels rose along the Iruma River.
Interactive See the extent of flooding on the Iruma River north of Kawagoe
Thousands of police officers, fire fighters, coastguards and military personnel are taking part in search and rescue operations to find people trapped by flooding and landslides.