Staff turned duo away on Saturday for not having Tokyo addresses.
More than 3,000 people have been rescued in wake of disaster.
Rescue work was almost thwarted by additional rainfall.
Stores, factories and subway systems have been shut down as a precaution.
The fund will be parked under the National Disaster Management Agency in the Prime Minister's Department.
Taiwan expects typhoon Mitag to approach the coast of Yilan with maximum winds of 162kph.
The Red Cross hopes the Indonesian government will redouble their efforts to help build permanent homes.
The spill has affected at least 13 villages, threatening the livelihoods and health of thousands of people.
The storm prompted cancellations of more than 400 domestic flights.
Electricity and telephone lines were cut off in Tirana and a number of other towns and villages.
Japan’s weather bureau issued warnings of heavy rains, floods and high tides.
Nearly 100 lawsuits have been filed against Boeing by at least a dozen law firms representing families of the Ethiopian Airlines crash victims.
Firemen look for body of restaurant owner, aged 74, after fire razes 32 wooden shophouses believed to be a century-old.
Five coastal districts told to make preparations in case high tides cause flooding.
Most areas affected have been cleared, while 20 storm victims were evacuated to temporary relief centre, says exco man.
Netherlands government unlikely to make an extradition request through the embassy, says ambassador.
Pak Topo sees himself as a public servant all the way until the end.
Seasonal rain has crippled India's financial centre of Mumbai this week, disrupting rail and air traffic.
At least 15 people are killed in India's financial capital of Mumbai when a wall collapses during torrential monsoon downpours.
The show depicts the initial disbelief at the scale of the disaster well.
As anxious relatives and friends waited on the road that had been torn up by Monday’s downpour, dozens of rescue workers searched for survivors with the help of sniffer dogs.
Identity of victim not known, body could not be removed from landslide debris, says Indonesian disaster board.
Search efforts have been made difficult by steep terrain, unstable soil and narrow mining shafts.
Rescue officials announced the death toll had more than tripled as more and more bodies were pulled from the mud.