Seven crewmembers died after a cargo ship sank late on Saturday night in Tokyo Bay.
The Panamanian 1,925-ton ship Jia De had anchored off the coast of Kawasaki city, south of Tokyo, as Typhoon Hagibis approached.
The vessel’s tracking signal was lost at 9:40 pm (1240 GMT) on Saturday 12 October.
Rescue divers reached the sunken vessel on Sunday morning, saving four of the crew.
Among the 12 crew on board were seven Chinese, three Myanmar citizens, and two Vietnamese, according to the coast guard.
Two more crew were found dead, wearing their life jackets, on Monday 14 October.
One crewmember is still missing, presumed dead.