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A temporary fence lies fallen on parked vehicles in Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, on Sept. 9, 2019. Typhoon Faxai made landfall near Tokyo in the early morning, causing widespread disruption to commuters and cutting off power to about 900,000 homes. (Photo: Akio Kon/Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) — A super typhoon is en route to bring violent winds to a wide swathe of Japan over the weekend, potentially disrupting Rugby World Cup games.

Typhoon Hagibis is headed toward western Japan on Saturday morning, with wind gusts of as much as 216 kilometers (134 miles) per hour, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency website. It is then forecast to make its way to eastern Japan around Tokyo, potentially canceling matches involving England and New Zealand.

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