Japan raised the spirits of the host nation on a weekend that will be remembered for such contrasting reasons.
Hosts Japan powered through to the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup for the first time, sending Scotland home after a Yokohama thriller
Sunday's Pool A fixture in Yokohama was under threat of cancellation due to the severe storm, but it will take place.
Typhoon Hagibis continues to cast doubt over Scotland's crucial Rugby World Cup game against Japan.
It has been a case of the storm before the storm in Japan, where Typhoon Hagibis is threatening to derail Scotland's Rugby World Cup.
Scottish Rugby is weighing up taking legal action to make sure the game with Japan goes ahead, but World Rugby has hit back.
The threat of Typhoon Hagibis has put Scotland's key Rugby World Cup clash with Japan in doubt and a legal challenge could come into play.
Gregor Townsend made 12 changes to his Scotland side, while Jamie Joseph named an experienced Japan team amid uncertainty over the match.
Saturday's Pool C decider between England and France will not take place due to bad weather set to hit Tokyo.
Scotland will be hoping their bid to qualify for the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals is not gone with the wind this weekend.