In a series of tweets, Mr Modi exuded confidence that the preparedness and resilience of the Japanese people would be able to address the aftermath of the calamity effectively and quickly.
He said, Tokyo's preparedness against natural disasters is well appreciated. Prime Minister said, India stands in solidarity with Japan at this difficult hour.
Typhoon Hagibis made landfall in the South of Tokyo yesterday and moved towards North, triggering severe floods. It has left at least 26 people dead and more than a dozen missing.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed grief over the loss of lives in Japan due to Typhoon Hagibis and said Indian Navy personnel, who were on a scheduled visit there, will be happy to assist in rescue operations.
Tweeted by @airnewss
Topic: #narendra modi