Tropical cyclone Seroja pounded Indonesia and East Timor after torrential rains triggered floods and landslides that have killed at least 113 people and left dozens more missing.
Saturday's unprecedented rains in the Kumamoto prefecture of central Kyushu unleashed floods and landslides.
More than 75,000 residents in the southern prefectures of Kumamoto and Kagoshima were asked to evacuate following pounding rains overnight.
About 900 mm of rain has fallen on the southernmost main island of Kyushu since late June, with heavy rain forecast to continue into Thursday.
Flash flooding saw main roads turned into rivers in Turkey's largest city, with many soaked commuters forced to abandon submerged vehicles.
The season's third typhoon made landfall in Nagasaki prefecture. At least three people have been injured and up to 47 domestic flights were cancelled.
About 30 people, including farmers harvesting ginger, were feared to be buried by a landslide triggered by heavy rain on Indonesia's Java island on Saturday.
A State of emergency has been issued in four regions as flooding worsens.
Heavy rain drenched the Japanese capital on Monday as Typhoon Mindulle swept in, bringing floods that suspended train services and high winds that forced airlines to cancel hundreds of flights.
Death toll has risen to 92 in Pakistan due to heavy rains as rescue workers continue to search for 23 people buried in landslide
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