A Japanese homeboat capsized on Wednesday, killing at least two people on the island of Akari.
Police said one person was killed by the crash.
Akari is Japan’s second-largest island and the country’s most densely populated.
It has a population of about 10 million people.
Hide Caption 1 of 7 Photos: Japanese homeboats capsizes Akari island’s most popular beach, known as Akari’s Beach, was closed until Tuesday.
Hide caption A man stands at the shoreline of Akami’s Beach in Akami, Japan.
Hide the video: Video shows a family from Akami living on the beach in a tent.
The video was shot by a woman who was looking for her daughter who had gone missing from Akari last week.
Hide copyright AP image: The coast guard helicopter takes a photo of Akamichi village, which is near Akari and is one of the most popular places on Akari Island, Japan, in September 2016.
Hide permission: AP use this image: A man walks through the sea of houses along Akami beach on Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2016.
Some of the homes are occupied by people from Akamatsu village, located in the northern part of Akamai Island, in Japan’s southernmost island.
Hide use this photo: An Akami resident walks past a house on Tuesday night in Akamatake village, in northern Akami.
Hide usage this image “I have not been able to see my family, but I have never felt so scared, so sad,” said Akami Island resident Kei Nishimura, 37.
“I hope they get home soon.”
Hide caption People are seen at a home on Akami island, Japan in November 2015.
Hide a photo: A Japanese man is pictured with his family on Akamato Beach in August 2016.
Akamachi is a popular beach resort, popular with tourists.
Hide citation: AP caption Akami residents gather on a beach at the end of Akamina beach in Akamina, Japan on July 16, 2017.
Hide more photos: Akami and other small islands have been hit by a wave of landslides and earthquakes in recent years, leaving people stranded.
In 2016, more than 1,000 people died and more than 100,000 were displaced by the tsunami.
The government said the disaster was the worst since the earthquake and tsunami of 2011. Hide