Singaporeans recount experience during Typhoon Hagibis in Tokyo

Madam Samsiah Suliman, whose satay business Jumain Sataysfaction was taking part in a Taste Of Singapore pop-up food event in Tokyo, was affected by Typhoon Hagibis when it lashed Japan over the weekend.
Madam Samsiah Suliman, whose satay business Jumain Sataysfaction was taking part in a Taste Of Singapore pop-up food event in Tokyo, was affected by Typhoon Hagibis when it lashed Japan over the weekend.PHOTOS: COURTESY OF SAMSIAH SULIMAN

TOKYO - Singaporeans who were in Tokyo last Saturday (Oct 12), when the Japanese capital was battered by the worst storm in decades, hunkered down and stayed indoors on the weatherman's advice.

Madam Samsiah Suliman, whose satay business Jumain Sataysfaction was taking part in a Taste Of Singapore pop-up food event, told The Straits Times that she knew the typhoon was serious when she realised her Japanese friends were also nervous.

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