Terrifying footage shows a plane nosediving as it struggles to land at Tokyo's Narita Airport during Typhoon Cimarron.
In the clip, the Boeing Dreamliner can be seen coming in to land in strong winds, before the nose of the aircraft suddenly dips towards the ground.
The pilot manages to correct the nose dive, with a decision made to abort the landing attempt.
The Mirror reported that the plane landed safely on a subsequent attempted.
No one was injured during the incident, while three other flights were diverted to Toyko's Haneda Airport.
Japan's typhoon season goes from July to October every year, but peaks in August and September.
Typhoon Cimarron hit the country this weekend and left at least 30 people injured, causing extensive damage across western Japan.