the body can handle it.» hot, I rest my body in the shade. Somehow, I can survive» Forty four people have reportedly died in Japan since July 9, as the country remains in the grips of a deadly heatwave, with temperatures in the Tokyo suburb of Kumagaya reaching 41.1 degrees Celsius (106 F) — the highest ever recorded in Japan. Footage shows locals of Kumagaya walking through the blistering... Еще streets, carrying parasols and fans in an attempt try to remain cool as they carry out their day. Fujimoto Yuki, and local worker, explained how he stays cool, saying «I keep myself hydrated all the time. When it's very hot, I rest my body in the shade. Somehow, I can survive.» The previous recorded high in Japan was set in 2013 when temperatures rose to 41 degrees Celsius (105.8 F).