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Japan : Typhoon : 2004/10/18-10/21

GLIDE:  TC-2004-000109-JPN

Duration 2004/10/18-10/21
Country or District Japan
Name Typhoon
Outline The typhoon Tokage (T0423) struck Japan, causing major damages all across the country, especially in the Kinki and Shikoku regions. 95 people were dead and 3 people were missing.
Summary
Human Impact Physical Impact Others
Cabinet Office, White Paper on Disaster Management (2005) 2005/06/01
Death: 95
Missing: 3
Injured: 552
Collapsed houses:
893 total collapse
7,762 half collapse
10,834 partial damage

Flooded houses:
14,289 over the floor
41,120 under the floor
Evacuation order or advisory to the total of at least 892,370 residents
Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of November 29)
Dead: 93;
missing: 3;
injured: 490.
Houses destroyed: 195;
houses partially destroyed: 960;
houses damaged: 10,684;
houses flooded above floor level: 21,806;
houses flooded under floor level: 40,722.
Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of November 18)
Dead: 92;
missing: 3;
injured: 486.
Houses destroyed: 192;
houses partially destroyed: 910;
houses damaged: 10,636;
houses flooded above floor level: 21,783;
houses flooded under floor level: 40,381.
Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of November 10)
Dead: 90;
missing: 4;
injured: 486.
Houses destroyed: 188;
houses partially destroyed: 914;
houses damaged: 10,584;
houses flooded above floor level: 21,812;
houses flooded under floor level: 40,105.
Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of October 29)
Dead: 82;
missing: 8;
injured: 443.
Houses destroyed: 186;
houses partially destroyed: 686;
houses damaged: 9,902;
houses flooded above floor level: 20,585;
houses flooded under floor level: 38,136.
Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of October 26)
Dead: 82;
missing: 8;
injured: 443.
Houses destroyed: 198;
houses partially destroyed: 495;
houses damaged: 8,827;
houses flooded above floor level: 19,962;
houses flooded under floor level: 36,882.
Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of October 22)
Dead: 63;
missing: 20;
injured: 342.
Houses destroyed: 52;
houses partially destroyed: 80;
houses damaged: 1,266;
houses flooded above floor level: 9,281;
houses flooded under floor level: 17,563.
Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of October 21)
Dead: 22;
missing: 34;
injured: 269.
Houses destroyed: 18;
houses partially destroyed: 20;
houses damaged: 230;
houses flooded above floor level: 2,480;
houses flooded under floor level: 4,409.
Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of October 20)
Dead: 5;
missing: 11;
injured: 77;
Houses destroyed: 8;
houses partially destroyed: 4;
houses damaged: 50;
houses flooded above floor level: 56;
houses flooded under floor level: 317.

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Report/Articles

Cabinet Office, White Paper on Disaster Management (2005) 2005/06/01
The typhoon Tokage (T0423) struck Japan, causing major damages all across the country, especially in the Kinki and Shikoku regions. 95 people were dead and 3 people were missing.

Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of December 21)
(Japanese Information) Situation Report of Typhoon Tokage (No.22)

Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of November 29)
(Japanese Information) Situation Report of Typhoon Tokage (No.21)

Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of November 18)
(Japanese Information) Situation Report of Typhoon Tokage (No.20)

Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of November 10)
(Japanese Information) Situation Report of Typhoon Tokage (No.19)

Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of October 29)
(Japanese Information) Situation Report of Typhoon Tokage (No.18)

Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of October 26)
(Japanese Information) Situation Report of Typhoon Tokage (No.16)

BBC News 2004/10/22
The death toll now stands at 75, and hopes are fading for the survival of at least 15 others still reported missing.

CNN News 2004/10/21
The death toll in Japan from Typhoon Tokage has reached 65, with 25 others missing and another 300 people injured.

Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of October 22)
(Japanese Information) Situation Report of Typhoon Tokage (No.11)

BBC News 2004/10/21
The deadliest typhoon in a decade has raced across Japan, killing at least 54 people and injuring more than 200. At least 29 others are missing, according to public broadcaster NHK.

Reuters 2004/10/21
Rescuers across Japan were searching Thursday for 40 people missing after a powerful typhoon raked the country with heavy rains and high winds, killing at least 30 in floods and landslides.

Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of October 21)
(Japanese Information) Situation Report of Typhoon Tokage (No.4)

Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, the Government of Japan (as of October 20)
(Japanese Information) Situation Report of Typhoon Tokage (No.3)

BBC News 2004/10/20
At least five people have been killed and several others are missing after a huge typhoon hit south-west Japan.

CNN News 2004/10/20
Typhoon kills at least 2 in Japan

Pictures

BBC News 2004/10/20
In pictures: Typhoon Tokage