Japan's Meteorological Agency says Typhoon Krovanh has slammed into the country's east coast bringing heavy rain and strong winds.

The agency says the typhoon dumped heavy rain in Tokyo and its environs Monday and is moving north.

The typhoon disrupted train and flight schedules. Aviation officials say it grounded at least 59 flights at Tokyo's main international airport at Narita as well as the largely domestic Haneda airport.

Japan's national broadcaster NHK television reports three minor injuries. No deaths have been reported.

Krovanh is a Cambodian word for a kind of tree.