Typhoon Roke slammed Japan killing at least 10 people.
At least five people were missing and hundreds of people were injured.
The typhoon brought heavy rain and strong winds; and caused flooding and triggered landslides.
Surging waves hit against the breakwater in Udono in a port town of Kiho, Mie Prefecture, central Japan, Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011. A powerful typhoon was bearing down on Japan's tsunami-ravaged northeastern coast Wednesday, approaching a nuclear power plant crippled in that disaster and prompting calls for the evacuation of more than a million people. (AP Photo/Chunichi Shimbun, Daiji Yanagida)
Cars drive through a flooded Route 151 due to Typhoon Roke in Toyokawa, central Japan September 21, 2011. At least four people died and two were missing in Japan as Typhoon Roke bore down on Tokyo on Wednesday, bringing heavy rain and strong winds and disturbing transport systems, public broadcaster NHK said. Mandatory Credit REUTERS/Kyodo
Rescue workers transport evacuees in a boat through floodwaters in Nagoya in central Japan's Aichi prefecture on September 20. (Photo By AFP)
An aerial view of flooded Toyokawa, central Japan is pictured by Kyodo September 21, 2011. Typhoon Roke, the second big storm to hit Japan this month, was packing winds of up to 220 km per hour (130 miles per hour) and dumped more than 40 cm (16 inches) of rain in parts of eastern and western Japan over the past 24 hours, the Japan Meteorological Agency said. Mandatory Credit REUTERS/Kyodo
A parking lot is covered with trash from a flooded river due to heavy rain in Nagoya, central Japan Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011. Heavy rains as a powerful typhoon approached caused floods and road damage in dozens of locations in Nagoya and several other cities, the Aichi prefectural (state) government said. (AP Photo/Kyodo News)
Cars pass on a bridge over a river which rose due to the approach of Typhoon Roke, in Toyota, central Japan, September 21, 2011. At least four people died and two were missing in Japan as typhoon Roke bore down on Tokyo on Wednesday, bringing heavy rain and strong winds and disturbing transport systems, public broadcaster NHK said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
People wade through a flooded underpass of a railway station in Kasugai, central Japan Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011. More than a million people in central Japan were urged to evacuate Tuesday as a powerful typhoon approached, triggering floods. (AP Photo/Kyodo News)
High waves batter a breakwater at Komatsu beach near the city of Tokushima, western Japan. (Photo by AFP)