The storm unmoored this tanker, sent it adrift and crashing into a bridge that connects one of Japan's most populous metro areas to the man-made island on which sits Kansai International Airport.
A woman in Osaka braces against a gust of wind that accompanied the typhoon.
Jebi scattered these containers on Rokko Island, Hyogo Prefecture.
Jebi tore down this tree and sent it sliding across a street in Osaka.
These vehicles find themselves piled upon one another in Hyogo Prefecture.
This truck could not stand up to the typhoon's strong winds on a flooded road in Osaka.
A tugboat accepts an assignment to push this barge off a quay it was swept onto in Hyogo Prefecture.
A man clears a path through shards of glass in Osaka.
Runways at Kansai International Airport were left under water.
Workers clear temporary scaffolding that did not survive the big storm in Osaka.