Rescue workers can be seen carrying the eight-month-old away from a collapsed house in Mashiki - area believed to be the worst hit by 6.5 magnitude earthquake in Japan.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expressed his condolences on Friday morning to the dead of the earthquake that toppled houses and buckled roads in the south of the country.
According to the Japanese Government, at least nine people were killed and 761 injured.
The quake struck at 9.26pm local time at a depth of 7 miles near Kumamoto city on the island of Kyushu, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.
The country's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said 1,600 soldiers had been deployed to help with the rescue and clean-up effort.
TV reports show soldiers delivering blankets to the thousands of people who took shelter because their homes were wrecked or unsafe.
About 44,000 people sought refuge, though some returned home in the morning.
Via: Telegraph News