Statistical Database on the Great East Japan Earthquake, Global Centre for Disaster Statistics, IRIDeS, Tohoku University.

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No.CategoryKeywordTitleAuthority
1DamageDead Person, Missing, InjuredHuman damage in the Great East Japan Earthquake ( Investigated by National Police Agency)Headquarters for Emergency Disaster Control of Cabinet Office “Summary of 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake (The Great East Japan Earthquake)”
2DamageAmount of damage, Estimation, Buildings, Utility, Facilities of social infrastructure, Agriculture, Forestry, FisheriesTotal Amounts of Damage from the Great East Japan Earthquake (July 24, 2011)Cabinet Office, “About the 2011 off the Pacific Coast of Tohoku Earthquake (The Great East Japan Earthquake),” September 9, 2015
3DamageDamage of Building, Total Collapse, Half Collapse, Partially Destroyed, InundationDamage of Building by 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake ( Investigated by National Police Agency)Headquarters for Emergency Disaster Control of Cabinet Office “Summary of the 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake (The Great East Japan Earthquake)”
4DamageGreat East Japan Earthquake, Main shock, Area, Seismic intensity, DistributionDistribution of Seismic Intensity by Area of 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku EarthquakeJapan Meteorological Agency “Technical Report of the Japan Meteorological Agency 133ed”, Figure 1-2-1 of Chapter 1
5DamageDead Person, Missing, the injuredDamage of Building by 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake ( Investigated by Fire and Disaster Management Agency)Headquarters for Emergency Disaster Control of Cabinet Office “Summary of the 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake (The Great East Japan Earthquake)”
6DamageNational Police Agency, Fire and Disaster Management Agency, Japan Coast Guard, Ministry of Defense, Number of rescued peopleNumber of Fire Incidents in Each Prefecture in the Great East Japan EarthquakeCabinet Office “White Paper on Disaster Management, 2011”, Figure 1-2-3 of Part 1, Chapter 1,Section 1 2(4)
7DamageMunicipalities, Government building, RelocationSuffering of Municipal Government Building in the Great East Japan EarthquakeWhite Paper on Disaster Management 2011
8DamageBusiness Continuity, Operation, SuspensionWhether did the Core Operation suspended or not.(As of November, 2011)The Cabinet office “Status Survey relevant to Approach of Business Continuity of Company - Transition from the Past and Influence of Business Continuity in the Great East Japan Earthquake -”
9DamageBusiness Continuity , Operation, Suspension, Resumption, TimeHow long had it taken to resume the Core Operation after the occurrence of the Great East Japan Earthquake.The Cabinet office “Status Survey relevant to Approach of Business Continuity of Company - Transition from the Past and Influence of Business Continuity in the Great East Japan Earthquake -”
10DamageGreat East Japan Earthquake, Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, Great Kanto Earthquake, Victims, Cause of DeathCauses of Death in Big EarthquakesMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “White Paper on Disaster Management 2011”Figure of Part 1, first edition, Chapter 2(1)
11DamageHouses, Damage, total collapse, TohokuDamage on Housing (by Municipalities) in the Great East Japan EarthquakeMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “WHITE PAPER ON LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORT IN JAPAN, 2010”
12DamageLarge-Scale Earthquake, Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, Niigata Chuetsu earthquake, DamageDamage to Shinkansen from Massive EarthquakesMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “White Paper on Disaster Management 2010”
13DamageAirline, Narita Airport, Haneda Airport, Number of Entries and DeparturesNumber of Entries and Departures at Narita and Haneda Airports Before and After the Great East Japan EarthquakeMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “White Paper on Disaster Management 2010”
14DamageFire fighter, Damage, Iwate Pref., Miyagi Pref., Fukushima Pref., Dead Person, Missing persons, The WoundedDamaged Status of Fire Fighters in Three Prefectures of Suffering (As of November 11, 2011Fire and Disaster Management Agency “White Paper on Fire and Disaster Management 2011”
15DamageIwate prefecture, Miyagi prefecture, Fukushima prefecture, Dead person, Missing persons, WoundedDamage Status of Members in Volunteer Fire Corps in Three Prefectures (as of November 11, 2011)Fire and Disaster Management Agency“Archives of Great East Japan Earthquake”, Figure 3 5-2
16DamageHospital, Medical care, Function of medical treatmentDamage of Hospital and Circumstances of Medical Care’s Function by the Great East Japan EarthquakeThis figure is made by a part of the figure of 146 page of Chapter 2, Annual on Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare ‘Annual Health, Labour and Welfare Report 2011-2012
17DamageThe elderly, Child, DisorderDamage situation of the social welfare facilities by the Great East Japan EarthquakeThis figure is made by a part of the figure of 146 page of Chapter 2, Annual on Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare ‘Annual Health, Labour and Welfare Report 2011-2012’
18DamageDead body, Unidentified, Great Hanshin-Awaji EarthquakeComparison of Great East Japan Earthquake and Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake about Ratio of Identity ConfirmationNational Police Agency “THE WHITE PAPER on POLICE, 2012” July 2012
19DamagePolice, Autopsy, Identity confirmationImplementation Status of Autopsy and Identity ConfirmationImplementation Status of Autopsy and Identity Confirmation
20DamageStatus of damage, Police headquarters, Police station, Police boxStatus of Damage to Police Facilities in the Great East Japan EarthquakeNational Police Agency “THE WHITE PAPER on POLICE 2012” Chart 3 of Special Feature, Section 1
21DamageAomori prefecture, Iwate prefecture, Miyagi prefecture, Fukushima prefecture, Fishing ports, DamageStatus of Damage to Fishery-Related Facilities in Aomori, Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima PrefecturesSmall and Medium Enterprise agency “WHITE PAPER ON SMALL AND MIDIUM ENTERPRISES IN JAPAN 2011 “, Figure 1-2-7 of Chapter 2, section 1
22DamageAomori Prefecture, Iwate Prefecture, Miyagi Prefecture, Fukushima Prefecture, Fishing vessels, DamageStatus of Damage to Fishing Vessels in Aomori, Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima PrefecturesSmall and Medium Enterprise agency “WHITE PAPER ON SMALL AND MIDIUM ENTERPRISES IN JAPAN “ Figure 1-2-7 of Chapter 2, section 1
23DamageAomori prefecture, Iwate prefecture, Miyagi prefecture, Fukushima prefecture, Fishing port, DamageState of damage to Seafood processing facilities in the prefectures of Aomori, Iwate, Miyagi, and FukushimaSmall and Medium Enterprise Agency, “2011 White Paper on Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Japan”, Figure 1-2-7, Chapter 2, Section 1< July 2011>
24DamageSmall‐to‐medium‐sized enterprises, Damage, Coastal area, Inland area, Affected companyState of damage suffered by member enterprises as ascertained by societies of commerce and industry in the prefectures of Aomori, Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima (as of May 13, 2011)Small and Medium Enterprise Agency, “2011 White Paper on Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Japan”, Figure 1-2-6 of Part 1, Chapter 2, Section 1
25Relief/SupportEmergency transportation supplies, Food, Team in charge of assisting the lives of disaster victims, Headquarters for emergency disaster control, Relief suppliesArrival of Emergency Transportation Supplies (food)Cabinet Office,“White Paper on Disaster Management 2011”, Figure 1-2-1 of Part 1, Chapter1, section3
26Relief/SupportNational Police Agency, Fire and Disaster Management Agency, Japan Coast Guards, Ministry of Defense, Total number of rescuesTotal Number of Rescues (as of May 30, 2011)Cabinet Office, “ White Paper on Disaster Management 2011”, Figure 1-2-3 of Part 1, Chapter 1,Section 1 2(4)
27Relief/SupportDisaster Volunteer, Number of Participants, Segregated by genderNumber of Participants to Activity as Volunteer in Disaster (from October 20, 2010 to October 19, 2011)The Cabinet Office“White Paper on Disaster Management 2013”
28Relief/SupportCompany, Support for Affected People, Provision of Funding, Provision of Commodities, VolunteerSituation of supporting for affected people and area by companies concerning the Great East Japan EarthquakeThe Cabinet Office“White Paper on Disaster Management 2013”
29Relief/SupportSupport activities, TV, SNSSource of Information that Triggered Support Actions during the Great East Japan EarthquakeCabinet Office,“ White Paper on Disaster Management 2013”, Figure 1-0-21 of Part 1, Special Edition2 (4)
30Relief/SupportSupport activities, Company, OrganizationMeasures of Starting Support ActivitiesCabinet Office, “White Paper on Disaster Management, 2013”, Figure 1 -3-22 of Part 1, Chapter 3, 2-5 (4)
31Relief/SupportCompany, Support, CSR ActivityImplementation status of corporate assistance to the Disaster-affected areasMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “WHITE PAPER ON LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORT IN JAPAN, 2011”
32Relief/SupportEmergency fire response teams, Dispatch, HeadcountChanges in Number of Dispatched Personnel in Emergency Fire Response Teams in the Aftermath of Great East Japan Earthquake (from March 11 to June 6, 2011)Fire and Disaster Management Agency, “Archives of Great East Japan Earthquake”, Figure 4, 6-5 < September 2012>
33Relief/SupportAffected area, Local public official , Dispatch, Number of people, Dispatching business operatorNumber of Local Public Officials Dispatched to Affected Areas (Cumulative from March 11, 2011 to March 31, 2015)Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, “Status of Local Public Officials to Dispatched to Affected Local Governments Due to the Great East Japan Earthquake”
34Relief/SupportEmergency fire response teams, Results of dispatch, PrefecturesResults of Dispatched Emergency Fire Response Teams (2011)Cabinet Office, “White Paper on Fire and Disaster Management 2013” Figure 2-7-6 of Chapter 2, Section7, 2(4)
35Relief/SupportDisaster Relief Act, Shelter, meals, financial supportApplication of the Disaster Relief ActThis figure is made by a part of the figure of 149page of Chapter 2, Annual on Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare ‘Annual Health, Labour and Welfare Report 2011-2012’
36Relief/SupportGreat Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, PoliceNumber of Dispatched Police Unit in Great East Japan Earthquake and Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake (Integrated Number of People dispatched)“THE WHITE PAPER on POLICE 2012”
37Relief/SupportReport to Emergency Number 110, PoliceStatus of Accepted on Reporting to Emergency number 110 (March 11 ~16)“THE WHITE PAPER on POLICE 2012”
38Relief/SupportIwate Prefecture, Miyagi Prefecture, Fukushima Prefecture, Police officer, Increase in number of police officersIncreases in the Number of Police Officers in Affected PrefecturesNational Police Agency, “THE WHITE PAPER on POLICE 2012”, Figure 4 of Special Feature, Section 1, 4(2)
39EvacuationEvacuee, Shelter, Temporary emergency housingDecreases in Number of Evacuees, etc.Cabinet Office, “White Paper on Disaster Management, 2014”, Figure 1-2-1 of Part 1, Chapter 2, section2 1(1)
40EvacuationEvacuee, PrefectureNumbers of Evacuees (Each Prefecture) (as of May 15, 2014)Cabinet Office, “White Paper on Disaster Management, 2014”, Figure 1-2-3 of Part 1, Chapter2, section2, 1(1)
41EvacuationEvacuee, Evacuation Centers, the Great Hanshin-Awaji EarthquakeTrend of the Number of Evacuees in the Great East Japan Earthquake (Compared to the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “WHITE PAPER ON LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORT IN JAPAN, 2010”
42EvacuationEvacuee in wide area, In the long term, Wide Area, EvacueeGreat East Japan Earthquake evacuees spread across wide area and over long termMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “WHITE PAPER ON LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORT IN JAPAN, 2010”
43EvacuationFukushima Pref., Affected people, EvacuationEvacuation of Fukushima Prefecture ResidentsMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “WHITE PAPER ON LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORT IN JAPAN, 2005”
44RecoveryAirline, Narita airport, Haneda airport, Number of entries and departuresTrends in Number of Foreign Visitors to Japan and Japanese Departures Before and After the Great East Japan EarthquakeMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “White Paper on Land, Infrastructure and Transport in Japan, 2010”, Figure 47 of Part 1, Chapter 1, Section2
45RecoveryAviation, Narita airport, Haneda airport, Number of entries and departuresChange in Status of Recovery Related to TrafficMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “White Paper on Land, Infrastructure and Transport in Japan, 2010,” Figure 56 of Part 1, Chapter 1, Section 2 1 < August 2011>
46RecoveryExpressway, Amount of traffic, Logistics, Before disaster, After disasterRoad Traffic Before and After the Great East Japan EarthquakeMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “White Paper on Land, Infrastructure and Transport in Japan, 2010,” Figure 60 of Part 1, Chapter 1, Section 2-1
47RecoveryExpress bus, Transport performance, Capital regionExpress Bus Between the Tohoku and Capital Regions (31 Lines)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “White Paper on Land, Infrastructure and Transport in Japan, 2010”, Chart 69 of Part 1, Chapter 1, Section2 1
48RecoveryAirport, Regular flight, Extra flight, Number of flightsRegular Flights and Extra Flights at 12 Airports in Tohoku Region (including Ibaraki Airport)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “White Paper on Land, Infrastructure and Transport, 2010”, Chart 71 of Part 1, Chapter 1, Section2 1
49RecoveryFinancial resources, Expenditures, Budget for reconstruction, Reconstruction workFinancial Framework for Reconstruction Work of the Great East Japan EarthquakeCabinet Office, “Annual Report on the Japanese Economy and Public Finance 2013”, Figure 1-1-12 of Chapter 1, Section 1
50RecoveryTemporary housing, Evacuee, ShelterSecuring of houseMinistry of Health, Labour and Welfare “Annual Health, Labour and Welfare Report 2011-2012”
51RecoveryWater supply, Suspension of water supply, infrastructure ,LifelineThe Status of Recovery of Water Service in the Great East Japan EarthquakeThis figure is made by a part of Figure 1-3in extra 1 Special Feature 1, Part 2, Ministry of Health, Labour Welfare “Annual Health, Labour and Welfare Report 2011-2012“
52RecoveryAffected, Factory, Recover, ProspectForecast for the Recovery of Quake-Hit Plants in Japan (Based on a Survey in July 2011)Cabinet Office “White Paper on International Economy and Trade 2012” Figure 2-4-2-3 of Chapter 2, Section 4,2 (1)
53Effect of economyActive Job OpeningsChange of Active Job Openings (Seasonal Adjustment) (Iwate Pref., Miyagi Pref., Fukushima Pref., whole of Country) (From January, 2011 to March, 2014)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “Report on Employment Service”
54Effect of economyTruck, Transportation, CargoChanges in trucking (three Tohoku prefectures and National Total)(From January to November, 2011)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “ WHITE PAPER ON LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORT IN JAPAN, 2011”
55Effect of economyInternational hub ports, Major ports, Arrivals in portNumber of Ship Entrances in Affected Ports After the Great East Japan EarthquakeMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “White Paper on Land, Infrastructure, and Transport in Japan, 2010”, Figure 64 of Part 1, Chapter 1, Section2 1
56Effect of economyNumber of Lodger, SightseeingChanges in total number of overnight guests (mainly for sightseeing purposes)in each prefectures of Tohoku (2011 /2010)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “ WHITE PAPER ON LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORT IN JAPAN, 2011”
57Effect of economyActive job openingsChanges in Active Job Openings (Seasonally Adjusted) in Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima Prefectures and Nationwide from January 2011 to March 2014Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “Report on Employment Services”
58Effect of economyPorts, Transportation, FreightChanges in cargo quantities handled in the Tohoku regionMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “White Paper on Land, Infrastructure and Transport in Japan, 2011”, Figure 17 of Part 1, Chapter 1, Section 1-1 < July 2012>
59Effect of economyPort, Sendai Shiogama port, Transportation, Container, FreightChanges in the Number of Containers Handled at Sendai Shiogama Port (2010, 2011)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “White Paper on Traffic in Japan”, Chart 16 of first part, Chapter 1, Section 1 1
60Effect of economyIndustrial Production Index, Great Hanshin-Awaji EarthquakeChange in the Industrial Production Index (Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake and Great East Japan Earthquake)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “White Paper on Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism In Japan 2011,” July, 2012, Chart 80 of Part 1, Chapter 1, Section 1, Reference 1
61Effect of economyActive job openings, Employment, Great Hanshin-Awaji EarthquakeChange in the Ratio of Job Offers to Job Seekers (Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, Great East Japan Earthquake)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “White Paper on Land, Infrastructure, Transport And Tourism in Japan, 2011”, Chart 82 of Part 1, Chapter 1, Section 1, Reference 1
62Effect of economyValue of imports, Port, Transportation , Great Hanshin-Awaji EarthquakeChange in the Value of Exports at Ports (Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, Great East Japan Earthquake)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “White Paper on Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism in Japan, 2011”, Chart 83 of Part 1, Chapter 1, Section 1, Reference 1
63Effect of economyHousing construction, Great Hanshin-Awaji EarthquakeChanges in the Number of New Housing Constructions (over the same month of the previous year)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “White Paper on Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism in Japan 2011”, Chart 84 of Part 1, Chapter 1, Section 1, Reference 1 < July 2012>
64Effect of economyKerosene, Gasoline, Petroleum product, Price of Petroleum productTrend of petroleum product prices before and after the Great East Japan EarthquakeCabinet Office“Annual Report on the Japanese Economy and Public Finance 2012“
65Effect of economyAffected Area, Public Works Project, Contract, Project, Amount of Money, ContributionChanges of Amount for Public Works Projects and Contribution Works for Disaster Recovery in Affected PrefecturesCabinet Office“Annual Report on the Japanese Economy and Public Finance 2012“
66Effect of economyIwate Prefecture, Miyagi Prefecture, Fukushima Prefecture, Fisheries, Catch Landing, Amount, Year on yearAmount of Catches in landing by Prefecture in Affected Three PrefecturesCabinet Office“Annual Report on the Japanese Economy and Public Finance 2012“
67Effect of economyIwate Pref., Miyagi Pref., Fukushima Pref., Farming, Resume, Agricultural Land, Area, DamageChange in Area of Possibility for Resume of Farming in Three Affected PrefecturesChange in Area of Possibility for Resume of Farming
68Effect of economyIwate Pref. , by Man and Women, Number of Employment, Industry of Construction Works, Wholesale/Retail Trade, Manufacturing IndustryAnalysis of Contribution for Number of Employment by sex year on year in Iwate Pref.Cabinet Office “Annual Report on the Japanese Economy and Public Finance 2012”
69Effect of economyTrends in population, Iwate prefecture, Miyagi prefecture, Fukushima prefecture, Economic societyEconomic and Social Situations in the Three Disaster-Stricken Prefectures: Population Trends in Each PrefectureCabinet Office, “Annual Report on the Japanese Economy and Public Finance, 2012”, Figure 2-3-3 (1) of Chapter 2, section 3 1
70Effect of economyEmployment, Industrial classification, Employment conditions DIChanges in Employment Conditions DI among Regular Employees in Three Tohoku PrefecturesCabinet Office, “Annual Economic Financial Report, 2013”, Figure 1-3 of Chapter 1, Section 1 2, Column1-3
71Effect of economyIndustrial Production IndexChanges in the Industrial Production IndexMinistry of Economy, Trade and Industry, “Indices of Industrial Production, Shipment, Inventory, and Inventory Ratio,” 2015
72Effect of economyAmount of exports, Amount of imports, Year on YearChanges in Imports/ExportsMinistry of Finance, “Trade Statistics of Japan,” 2015
73Effect of economyRetail Sales Value, Sales Value of Large-Scale Retail StoresChanges in Retail Sales ValueMinistry of Economy, Trade and Industry, “Results of Current Survey on Commerce: List of Statistical Tables (Annual Report, 2010–2012)”
74Effect of economyNew domestic cars, SalesChanges in the Number of Domestic Sales of New CarsJapan Automobile Dealers Association, “Yearly Statistical Data Regarding the Number of Sales of New Cars by Year: Newly Registered Cars in Total by year”
75Effect of economyNewly built, Number of housing startChanges in the Number of New Housing StartsMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism(MLIT) “Research on Building Construction Commencement Statistics -Monthly Report”
76Effect of economyIwate Prefecture, Miyagi Prefecture, Fukushima Prefecture, Coastal Area, Persons Engaged, Business EstablishmentChanges in the Number of Establishments and Persons Engaged in Municipalities in Coastal Areas of Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima Prefectures Before and After the Great East Japan EarthquakeStatistics Bureau, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Economic Census “2015 Economic Census for Business Frame: Tabulation of Enterprises, etc.; Results for Japan – List of Statistical Tables” etc
77Effect of economyYen, Against dollar, Against euro, MovementMovement of Japanese Yen before and after the Earthquake DisasterMinistry of Economy, Trade and Industry “White Paper on International Economy and Trade 2011”, Figure 1-4-1-2 of Chapter 1, Section 4-1 (1),
78Effect of economyStock prices, Fall of stock Prices, MovementChanges in stock prices before and after the earthquake disasterMinistry of Economy, Trade and Industry, “White Paper on International Economy and Trade 2012”, Figure 5-3-1-1 of Chapter 5, Section 3-1 (3) < June 2012>
79Population transferSurplus of Out-migrants, Demographic shift, Demographic MovementTrend in net outflow of people from Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima Prefectures (From January, 2012 to October, 2015)Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication “Report on demographic shift of the Basic Resident Register”
80Population transferDemographic movement, Demographic shift, Moving-outWhere people outflowing from Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima went (March to November, 2011)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “WHITE PAPER ON LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORT IN JAPAN, 2011”
81Population transferDemographic movement, Demographic shift, Age-specificNet outflow of people by five-year age bracket (Iwate Pref., Miyagi., Fukushima – 2010, 2011)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “WHITE PAPER ON LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORT IN JAPAN, 2011”
82Population transferPopulation, Transition of population, Demographic movementEstimated Population Changes by Municipality (accumulated total for 3/2011 through 2/2012)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “White Paper on Land, Infrastructure and Transport, 2011,” chart 5 of Part 1, Chapter 1, Section 1 1
83Population transferPopulation, Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, In-Migrants, Out-MigrantsChange in Population (Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake and Great East Japan Earthquake)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “White Paper on Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism in Japan, 2011”, Chart 79 of Part 1, Chapter 1, Section 1, Reference 1
84Disaster management systemMunicipalities, Agreement of mutual support activity, Wide-area disaster managementRatio of Municipalities Concluded the Agreement for Mutual Support Activity between Municipalities (as of April 1 in each year)Fire and Disaster Management Agency, “Status Survey of Fire Disaster Management and Action for Preparedness for Disasters,” January 2013
85Disaster management systemCompany, Agreement, Municipalities, Emergency broadcast request, Emergency rescue operations and Medical Care, Transportation, Disaster recovery, CommoditiesRatio of Municipalities Concluded Agreements with CompaniesCabinet Office, “White Paper on Disaster Management, 2013”, Figure 1-0-21 of Part 1, Special Edition 2 (3)
86Disaster management systemStockpile, Municipalities, Food, Drinking water, BlanketRatio of Stockpiling in Municipalities (as of April 1 Each Year)Cabinet Office, “White Paper on Disaster Management, 2013”, Figure 1-0-21 of Part 1, Special Edition2 (4)
87Disaster management systemNonEvacuation place, Non -utility generation facility, Status of development, Warehouse for disasterStatus of Development of Facilities and Equipment Related to Disaster Reduction at Schools Designated as Emergency Evacuation PlacesMinistry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, “Status Survey of Disaster Reduction Functionality related to School Facilities,” December 2012
88Disaster management systemVolunteer fire department, Number of Voluntary Firefighters, Local disaster managementChange in Number of Voluntary Firefighters“White Paper on Disaster Management 2014”
89Disaster management systemBuildings designated as tsunami evacuation sites, Tsunami countermeasures, Coastal areaNumber of buildings designated as tsunami evacuation sites by prefecture (as of June and October 2011)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “White Paper on Land, Infrastructure and Transport in Japan, 2011” Part Ⅰ, Chapter 1, Section 3, Column
90Disaster management systemSupport Agreement, Conclusion, Prefectures, Municipalities, Private SectorStatus of the Support Agreement with Private Sectors in Disaster of PrefecturesFire and Disaster Management Agency “Status of disaster prevention in local administration”
91Disaster management systemEmergency Fire Response Teams, Registration, Progress, PlatoonProgress of the number of registration of Emergency Fire Response Teams (As of April 1, 2014)Fire and Disaster Management Agency “Movement of Fire-fighting No.517”
92Disaster management systemVolunteer fire corps, Age, Ratio, TrendTrends in the Ratio of Volunteer Fire Corps Members’ AgesFire and Disaster Management Agency “White Paper on Fire and Disaster Management, 2013”Figure of Extra Edition 2, Section 1 (1), December 2014
93Disaster management systemCrisis management, Top official, Allocation, Prefectures, Designated cities, Core cities, Special case cities, Special wards, General cityAllocation of Senior Officials Specialized in Crisis ManagementFire and Disaster Management Agency”White Paper on Fire and Disaster Management, 2013,” Figure of Extra Edition 3, Section 1 (3), December 2014
94Countermeasures (Public)Status of made Earthquake Resistant at Facility of Public Elementary and Junior High SchoolStatus of made Earthquake Resistant at Facility of Public Elementary and Junior High SchoolCabinet Office “White Paper on Disaster Management 2013”
95Countermeasures (Public)Hospital, Earthquake-Resistant, Ratio of Earthquake-ResistanceStatus of made Earthquake Resistant at HospitalMHLW “Findings from Status of Earthquake-Proof Retrofit at Hospitals, 2012”, MHLW “Findings from Status of Earthquake-Proof Retrofit at Hospitals, 2012”
96Countermeasures (Public)Disaster base hospitals, Emergency medical care centers, Earthquake resistant, Earthquake resistanceStatus of Earthquake Resistance Implementation for Disaster Base Hospitals and Emergency Medical Care CentersMinistry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW), “Results of status survey of making earthquake resistant for hospitals in 2012” , March 29, 2013
97Countermeasures (Public)Earthquake management base, Public facilities, Ratio of earthquake resistantTrend of Ratio of Earthquake-Resistant Public Facilities Designated as Disaster Management BasesFire and Disaster Management Agency, “Status Survey of Fire Disaster Management and Action for Preparedness for Disasters,” January, 2013
98Countermeasures (Public)Earthquake-Resistant, Government BuildingStatus of made Earthquake Resistant at Government Buildings (As of 2014)Cabinet Office “White Paper on Disaster Management 2013”
99Countermeasures (Public)Municipalities, Disaster reduction drill, Earthquake, TsunamiStatus of Disaster Reduction Drill implementation in MunicipalitiesFire and Disaster Management Agency, “Status Survey of Fire Disaster Management and Action for Preparedness for Disasters,” January 2013
100Countermeasures (Public)Stockpile, Rice, Water, Blanket, MedicineSupply Stock in the Three Affected Prefectures: Iwate, Miyagi, and FukushimaMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “White Paper on Land, Infrastructure and Transport in Japan, 2010,” Figure 64 of Part 1, Chapter 1, Section2 1
101Countermeasures (Public)Stockpile, Commodities, Prefectures, MunicipalitiesStatus of Amount of Main Commodities’ Supply in Prefectures, as of April 1, 2014Fire and Disaster Management Agency “Status of disaster prevention in local administration”
102Countermeasures (Public)Prefecture, Drill, Implementation, Status, General drillStatus of Implementation of Disaster Prevention DrillsFire and Disaster Management Agency “Status of disaster prevention in local administration” (Appendix: Annual Report of disaster, 2013), 3,(1),Chart No.6 <January, 2015>
103Countermeasures (Public)Prefectures, Municipalities, Disaster reduction, Drill, Number of times, Estimation of disaster, Form of drillStatus of Implementation of Disaster Reduction Drills in Prefectures and Municipalities (2013)Fire and Disaster Management Agency, “Results of Status Survey of Disaster Prevention in Local Governments: Appendix: Annual Disaster Report, 2013”, Figure 1-7 and 2-6 of results of the survey < January 2015>
104Countermeasures (Public)Disaster management base, Public Facilities, Making earthquake resistant, Year of construction, Diagnosis, RenovationStatus of Implementation of Earthquake Resistance at Public Facilities Designated Disaster Management Bases (as of the End of FY 2012)Fire and Disaster Management Agency, “Results of Survey on Implementation of Earthquake Resistance at Public Facilities Designated Disaster Management Bases,” January 2015.
105Countermeasures (Public)Responsible department for crisis management, Prefectures, Designated cities, Core cities, Special case cities, Special wards, General citiesSize of Responsible Departments for Crisis ManagementFire and Disaster Management Agency, “White Paper on Fire and Disaster Management, 2014”, Figure 3-1 of Extra-edition 3,1 (3)
106Countermeasures (Public)Responsible department for crisis management, Officers, Years of experience, Prefectures, MunicipalitiesRatio of Officers in Responsible Departments for Crisis Management in Local Governments by Years of ExperienceFire and Disaster Management Agency, “White Paper on Fire and Disaster Management, 2014”, Figure 3-1 of Extra-edition 3,1 (3)
107Countermeasures (Companies/Residents)Preparation and Action about Disaster Reduction by Residents relevant to Disaster Reduction based on the Great East Japan EarthquakePreparation and Action about Disaster Reduction by Residents relevant to Disaster Reduction based on the Great East Japan Earthquake“White Paper on Disaster Management 2013”
108Countermeasures (Companies/Residents)Business continuity, BCP, Medical care Facilities, Welfare facilitiesStatus Survey of Formulation of BCP in Specific Fields: From October 2012 to February 2013Cabinet Office, “White Paper on Disaster Management, 2014”, Figure 1-3-24 of Part1, Chapter 3, 2-5 (5)
109Countermeasures (Companies/Residents)Business continuity, BCP, Medical care, WelfareStatus Survey of Formulation of BCP in Specific Fields: Reasons of BCP Have Not Been FormulatedCabinet Office, “White Paper on Disaster Management, 2014”, Figure 1-3-25 of Part1, Chapter 3, 2-5 (5)
110Countermeasures (Companies/Residents)BCP, BCM, Business Continuity Plan, CompanyImplementation Status of BCM (January, 2013)“White Paper on Disaster Management 2014”
111Countermeasures (Companies/Residents)Company, BCP, BCM, Business Continuity Plan, DrillStatus of Education and Exercise relevant to BCM (As of January, 2013)The Cabinet Office “White Paper on Disaster Management 2014”
112Countermeasures (Companies/Residents)Commodities, Private Supply base, Distribution systemNumber of Private Supply Bases by Local block (as of March 2015)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “Summary of Actions in 2014 for Construction of Resilient Contribution System for Disasters,” March 27, 2015.
113Countermeasures (Companies/Residents)Base for relief supplies, Emergency power System, Emergency telecommunicationsNumber of Support for Introducing Emergency Power Systems at Private Bases for Relief SuppliesCabinet Office, “White Paper on Disaster Management, 2014”, Figure 1-1-22 of Part 1, Chapter 1, Section 3 2(6)
114Countermeasures (Companies/Residents)Company, Local community, CooperationCooperation for Disaster with Local Communities in CompaniesCabinet Office, “White Paper on Disaster Management 2014”, Figure 15 of Extra Edition Chapter2, section5”
115Countermeasures (Companies/Residents)Company, Support Agreement, Self Help, Public help, Mutual AssistanceRatio of Conclusion about Support Agreement at Disaster“White Paper on Disaster Management 2014”
116Countermeasures (Companies/Residents)BCP (Business Continuity Plan, Awareness Survey, Public Awareness, CompanyMeasures deemed necessary in BCP following the Great East Japan EarthquakeMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “WHITE PAPER ON LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORT IN JAPAN, 2011”
117ConsciousnessConsciousness Survey, Bond, Saving electricity, Aftermath of disaster, Disaster reduction awarenessChanging of Public Awareness in the aftermath of The Great East Japan Earthquake“White Paper on Disaster Management 2013”
118ConsciousnessOpinion Poll, Area, Self-help, Mutual Assistance, Public Help, Policy of Disaster PreventionPolicy of Disaster Reduction on which people thinks to put stress (From November 28 to December15)“White Paper on Disaster Management 2014”
119ConsciousnessOpinion Poll, Great Disaster, FamilyTalking with Family and people around about Disaster“White Paper on Disaster Management 2014”
120ConsciousnessDisaster Countermeasure, Opinion poll, Local CommunitiesPeople and Organizations Preferred for Discussion of Disaster CountermeasuresCabinet Office, “White Paper on Disaster Management 2014”Figure 10 of Part 1, Chapter2, section3”
121ConsciousnessAwareness Survey, Public AwarenessFunctions expected from social capitalMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “ WHITE PAPER ON LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORT IN JAPAN, 2011”Chart
122ConsciousnessQuake-Resistance performance, Energy-Saving performance, Awareness survey, Public awarenessReadiness to bear higher costs for quake-resistance performance and energy-saving performanceMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “White Paper on Land, Infrastructure and Transport in Japan, 2011”, Chart 48 of Part 1, Chapter 1, Section 2 2011”
123OtherEmployed persons, Industry, Tsunami-affected areasBreakdown of Employed People By IndustrySmall and Medium Enterprise Agency, “2011 White Paper on Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Japan”, Figure 1-2-4 of Part 1, Chapter 2, Section 1
124OtherCorporation, Industry type, Tsunami-affected areasBreakdown by industry of enterprises in the nuclear evacuation zoneSmall and Medium Enterprise Agency, “2011 White Paper on Small and Medium Enterprises in Japan”, Figure 1-2-10, Part 1, Chapter 2, Section 1
125OtherJapanese product, Brand, United States, United Kingdom, ChinaEvaluation of Japanese Brands Before and After the Great East Japan Earthquake (by Country)Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, “White Paper on Manufacturing Industries (Monodzukuri) 2011”, Chart 2-2 of Chapter 2, Section 2, 2(3) < June 2012>
126OtherJapanese product, Brand, By industry, Food, BeverageEvaluation of Japanese Brands Before and After the Great East Japan Earthquake (by Industry)Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, “White Paper on Manufacturing Industries (Monodzukuri) 2011”, Chart 2-2 of Chapter 2, Section 2 2(3) < June 2012>