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Is it safe to travel to Kyoto regarding Typhoons?

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I am going to Japan next week, Sept 26th and plan to be in Kyoto in 2 weeks from my arrival (7th October). Should I be worried about the Typhoons going on there and cancel my trip altogether? It would be a waste not to go to Kyoto and see everything else, because I really want to see Kyoto in my trip and I don't want to postpone because of work commitments.

FCO advise not to travel to parts of the country, not all, and my flight with BA is still going ahead (to/from Tokyo)

Please advise
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