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Japan : Typhoon : 2005/9/4-9/8

GLIDE:  TC-2005-000154-JPN

Duration 2005/9/4-9/8
Country or District Japan
Name Typhoon
Outline The typhoon Nabi (T0514) struck Japan, causing major damages all across the country, especially in the Kyushu, Chugoku and Shikoku regions. 27 people were dead and 2 people were missing.
Summary
Human Impact Physical Impact Others
Cabinet Office, White Paper on Disaster Management (2006) 2006/06/01
Death: 27 Missing: 2 Injured: 179 Collapsed houses: 1,178 total collapse 3,692 half collapse 2,817 partial damage Flooded houses: 7,159 over the floor 13,580 under the floor Evacuation order or advisory to the total of 426,878 residents
Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, Gov. of Japan (09 Sep. 2005, 9:00 a.m.)
Dead: 21 Missing: 6 Injured: 149 Houses Completely destroyed: 108 Partially destroyed: 112 Damaged: 1,954 Flooded above floor level: 8,074 Flooded under floor level: 8,949
Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, Gov. of Japan (07 Sep. 2005, 18:00 p.m.)
Dead: 15 Missing: 10 Injured: 132 Houses Completely destroyed: 73 Partially destroyed: 55 Houses damaged: 698 Flooded above floor level: 3,064 Flooded under floor level: 5,405
Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, Gov. of Japan (07 Sep. 2005, 8:00 a.m.)
Dead: 5 Missing: 14 Injured: 93 Houses Completely destroyed: 39 Partially destroyed: 18 Houses damaged: 223 Flooded above floor level: 2,017 Flooded under floor level: 4,331

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Cabinet Office, White Paper on Disaster Management (2006) 2006/06/01
The typhoon Nabi (T0514) struck Japan, causing major damages all across the country, especially in the Kyushu, Chugoku and Shikoku regions. 27 people were dead and 2 people were missing.

Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, Gov. of Japan (09 Sep. 2005, 9:00 a.m.)
(Japanese Information) Situation Report of Typhoon Nabi (No.16)

CNN 2005/09/08
A powerful storm that killed at least 18 people across Japan lashed the northern island of Hokkaido on Thursday with strong winds and heavy rains. Nine people were missing and more than 140 injured.

Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, Gov. of Japan (07 Sep. 2005, 18:00 p.m.)
(Japanese Information) Situation Report of Typhoon Nabi (No.12)

Reuters AlertNet 2005/09/07
Typhoon Nabi faded into a tropical storm and headed into the Sea of Japan on Wednesday after killing at least nine people on the southern Japanese island of Kyushu. Thirteen people were missing and at least 80 were injured as Nabi drenched parts of Japan's third biggest island with more than 1,000 mm (40 inches) of rain, triggering floods and landslides, authorities said.

Disaster Report by Fire and Disaster Management Agency, Gov. of Japan (07 Sep. 2005, 8:00 a.m.)
(Japanese Information) Situation Report of Typhoon Nabi (No.10)

CNN NEWS 2005/09/06
A powerful typhoon pummelled southwestern Japan with torrential rain and high winds on Tuesday, causing floods and landslides, paralysing transport and prompting officials to tell more than 100,000 people to flee their homes.

BBC News 2005/09/06
Typhoon Nabi hits southern Japan