Two people were killed and thousands were left without power when Typhoon Talas hit Japan. 

Two people were killed and tens of thousands of homes lost electricity as Typhoon Talas pounded central Japan on Saturday, according to Reuters. This week, Typhoon Nanmadol, one of the worst storms to hit Japan in recent memory, killed two people and dumped record amounts of rain on the country.
Here are top 5 updates on Typhoon Talas in Japan:
1. Shizuoka city has been hit hard by typhoon Talas seeing a record 417 mm of precipitation, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.
2. Winds at the centre of the Typhoon Talas were blowing at about 65 kph (40 mph), the agency said.
3. Power was cut to about 120,000 households, Reuters reported.
4. Some bullet train services have also been suspended amid heavy rainfall.
5. Typhoon Talas has been downgraded to an extratropical cyclone but caution has been urged by the weather agency.

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