Typhoon No. 19 Sediment Disasters One record number of typhoons, 821 cases November 6, 16:07
The total number of landslide disasters caused by typhoon No. 19 has been confirmed in a total of 821 prefectures in 20 prefectures so far. I understand this from the summary of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.
Typhoon No. 19, which landed on the Izu Peninsula with a large and strong power last month, brought heavy rains that passed the Kanto and Tohoku regions on the following day and updated the highest value in observation history in various places.
According to the summary of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, landslide disasters such as landslides and debris flows caused by Typhoon No. 19 were confirmed in 82 prefectures in 20 metropolitan areas at 7:00 am on the 6th. This is the highest since 1982, when the record remains.
The most common so far was Typhoon No. 23 in 2004, a total of 800 cases.
In addition, the most frequent landslide disaster occurred as a series of heavy rains in last year's heavy rains in West Japan, with 2581 cases in 32 prefectures.
The landslide disaster caused by Typhoon No. 19
▽ Miyagi Prefecture has the most 249 cases,
▽ 97 cases in Iwate Prefecture
▽ Kanagawa Prefecture 90 cases,
▽ 78 cases in Fukushima Prefecture
▽ Gunma Prefecture 67
▽ 45 cases in Niigata Prefecture
▽ Nagano Prefecture 43 cases,
▽ 42 in Shizuoka Prefecture
▽ Tochigi Prefecture 31 cases,
▽ 24 cases in Saitama Prefecture
▽ Tokyo 23 cases,
▽ There are 11 cases in Yamanashi Prefecture and Ibaraki Prefecture.