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A fierce snowstorm pounded Japan yesterday and today along the Sea of Japan coast yesterday, disrupting public transportation. The snowfall caused five trains on the Yamagata Shinkansen line to be suspended due to fallen trees and pantograph problems. The line runs between Tokyo and the northeast city of Shinjo. Meanwhile, one train from Tokyo to Yamagata went about 160 metress past its stop last night, Japan News reported. The snowfall last night in the village of Okura, Yamagata Prefecture, was 101 centimetres. The snowfall was 110 centimetres in Tadami, Fukushima Prefecture. Four centimetres of snow also accumulated in Saga, and […]

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