England have set off on the long Trip to Japan to the start of This 2019 Rugby World Cup.
The squad flew from Heathrow Airport in London and are put to land in Tokyo on Monday.
Their arrival in Japan is supposed to match with Typhoon Faxai, that is expected to cause disruption.
The storm has brought winds of up to 180kph and is expected to hit areas of the Kanto area between Sunday and early Monday, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.
Tournament organisers have planned for the possibility of needing to relocate teams out of their foundations or even to transfer matches to different places.
The stadiums to the first two matches of England, against the usa at Kobe and Tonga in Sapporo, have roofs and Jones states the team will train indoors on artificial turf.
England have two weeks to acclimatise to the states in Asia before the Tongans are faced by them in their opening game on September 22.
Prior to enjoying Argentina in Tokyo on October 5 they will then confront America on September 26.
England take on France in their final group stage game in Yokohama on October 12.