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Japan : Typhoon : 2004/10/8-10/10

GLIDE:  TC-2004-000105-JPN

Duration 2004/10/8-10/10
Country or District Japan
Name Typhoon
Outline The typhoon Ma-on (T0422) struck Japan, causing major damages in the Pacific Ocean side of eastern Japan. 7 people were dead and 2 people were missing.
Summary
Human Impact Physical Impact Others
Cabinet Office, White Paper on Disaster Management (2005) 2005/06/01
Death: 7
Missing: 2
Injured: 166
Collapsed houses:
135 total collapse
287 half collapse
4,508 partial damage

Flooded houses:
1,561 over the floor
5,485 under the floor
Evacuation order or advisory to the total of at least 24,016 residents
Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of October 13)
Dead: 6;
missing: 2;
injured: 103;
Houses destroyed: 12;
houses partially destroyed: 32;
houses damaged: 1,778;
houses flooded above floor level: 1,228;
houses flooded under floor level: 3,361.
Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of October 10)
Dead: 4;
missing: 3;
injured: 53;
evacuee: about 9,364.
Houses destroyed: 3;
houses damaged: 162;
houses flooded above floor level: 319;
houses flooded under floor level: 1,649.
Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of October 9)
Dead: 0;
missing: 2;
evacuee: about 4,000.
Houses destroyed: 1;
houses damaged: 1;
houses flooded above floor level: 50;
houses flooded under floor level: 322.

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Report/Articles

Cabinet Office, White Paper on Disaster Management (2005) 2005/06/01
The typhoon Ma-on (T0422) struck Japan, causing major damages in the Pacific Ocean side of eastern Japan. 7 people were dead and 2 people were missing.

Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of October 13)
(Japanese Information) Situation Report of Typhoon Ma-on (No.8)

CNN News 2004/10/10
The death toll from a typhoon that swiped Japan's Pacific coast rose to five on Sunday, as workers resumed the search for four people who had gone missing during the heavy rains and flooding.

Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of October 10)
(Japanese Information) Situation Report of Typhoon Ma-on (No.5)

Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of October 9)
Situation Report on Damage, Evacuation, and etc. (Japanese Information, pdf file)

RSMC Tokyo - Typhoon Center Tropical Cyclone Advisory
Tropical Cyclone Information

ABC News On-line 2004/10/09
Strongest typhoon in decade bears down on Tokyo.

Bloomberg.com 2004/10/09
Typhoon Ma-on Reaches Central Japan; Flights Canceled.

Geographycal Data Information

Digital Typhoon: Single Sequence View
Image Data of Typhoon Ma-on (Best Track Map,Central Pressure Chart, and etc.)