The Japanese Agriculture Ministry said fishing ports and fishery facilities lost $88 million (€79.3 million) due to the recent typhoon that hit the country, according to NHK.

Typhoon Hagibis, the worst storm in decades, battered eight prefectures across Japan at a speed of around 225 kilometers per hour.

Japanese seafood company Maruha Nichiro was not impacted by the typhoon, however, a few areas in the Northeast of Japan were flooded and several other processing plants were hit, Maruha Nichiro press contact Atsuko Motoshima told IntraFish.

The Toyosu fish market, located in the the Tokyo bay area, was also not impacted, thanks to construction of the new market to withstand weather incidents such as that one, Motoshima said.

The ministry expects total losses to increase even more.