Winds of up to 200 kilometers per hour and rainfall above 72 centimeters of water. It is the menacing canvas facing Japan before the imminent arrival of Typhoon Hag ibis, one of the most powerful in recent decades. Its strength, created after more than two weeks furrowing the tropical latitudes of the Pacific, is unparalleled in the country’s recent history, not even a month after another typhoon, the Faxai, took over 30,000 homes in the prefecture. from Chiba. The Hag ibis storm only finds precedent in a remote and brutal typhoon of 1958, when more than 1,200 people lost their lives in its wake. Don’t forget that the best rain poncho is a very useful thing.