Corrections to the Key figures related to insurance claims due to The Heavy Rain Event of July 2018 and typhoons as of Dec. 11
(Jan. 16, 2019

The following corrections were made with regard to the figures on the number of insurance claims due to The Heavy Rain Event of July 2018, Typhoon No. 21 (Typhoon Jebi) and Typhoon No. 24 (Typhoon Trami)" as of Dec. 11 which the General Insurance Association of Japan (GIAJ) released on Dec. 20.

The figures below were gathered from both the General Insurance Association of Japan and the Foreign Non-Life Insurance Association of Japan member companies.

The Heavy Rain Event of July 2018

Region / Prefecture Coverage for damage to own vehicle Fire insurance Miscellaneous insurance including accident insurance Total
Number of insured automobiles Number of policies Number of policies Numbers of insured automobiles and policies
before correction after correction before correction after correction before correction after correction before correction after correction
Kyoto 386 no correction 1,281 1,325 275 276 1,942 1,987
Osaka 29 954 987 218 219 1,201 1,235
Hyogo 123 1,615 1,669 137 139 1,875 1,931
Wakayama 290 252 257 22 22 564 569
Okayama 8,628 5,189 5,359 709 711 14,526 14,698
Hiroshima 8,381 5,472 5,644 951 955 14,804 14,980
Yamaguchi 576 565 582 116 116 1,257 1,274
Ehime 1,946 2,038 2,106 414 415 4,398 4,467
Fukuoka 4,049 3,870 3,980 707 708 8,626 8,737
Other prefectures 723 2,331 2,411 2,087 2,268 5,141 5,402
Total 25,131 no correction 23,567 24,320 5,636 5,829 54,334 55,280

(Note) The above figures are estimates as of Dec. 11 and subject to updates in the future.

Typhoon No. 21 (Typhoon Jebi)

Region / Prefecture Coverage for damage to own vehicle Fire insurance Miscellaneous insurance including accident insurance Total
Number of insured automobiles Number of policies Number of policies Numbers of insured automobiles and policies
before correction after correction before correction after correction before correction after correction before correction after correction
Shiga 3,055 no correction 22,917 24,147 371 375 26,343 27,577
Kyoto 6,143 62,689 67,664 426 441 69,258 74,248
Osaka 64,668 297,836 322,766 4,161 4,232 366,665 391,666
Hyogo 7,585 34,453 37,952 716 736 42,754 46,273
Nara 798 12,977 13,794 113 116 13,888 14,708
Wakayama 5,862 34,557 37,377 517 523 40,936 43,762
Other prefectures 16,961 175,287 189,545 11,983 13,187 204,231 219,693
Total 105,072 no correction 640,716 693,245 18,287 19,610 764,075 817,927

(Note) The above figures are estimates as of Dec. 11 and subject to updates in the future.

Typhoon No. 24 (Typhoon Trami)

Region / Prefecture Coverage for damage to own vehicle Fire insurance Miscellaneous insurance including accident insurance Total
Number of insured automobiles Number of policies Number of policies Numbers of insured automobiles and policies
before correction after correction before correction after correction before correction after correction before correction after correction
Ibaraki 1,015 no correction 13,235 13,904 232 234 14,482 15,153
Saitama 1,740 27,519 28,995 443 446 29,702 31,181
Chiba 1,570 26,640 28,370 515 517 28,725 30,457
Tokyo 2,168 50,572 53,693 1,129 1,136 53,869 56,997
Kanagawa 2,778 46,299 49,315 598 609 49,675 52,702
Shizuoka 6,994 50,021 52,416 725 729 57,740 60,139
Aichi 2,262 22,634 24,218 404 409 25,300 26,889
Miyazaki 1,509 18,068 18,959 267 267 19,844 20,735
Kagoshima 1,121 14,544 15,243 449 450 16,114 16,814
Other prefectures 7,218 63,631 67,039 5,648 6,243 76,497 80,500
Total 28,375 no correction 333,163 352,152 10,410 11,040 371,948 391,567

(Note) The above figures are estimates as of Dec. 11 and subject to updates in the future.