Sony Assurance Inc. (Sony Assurance Inc.) has announced the “Total amount of fire insurance payments for major storms and floods (including forecasts)” and “Investigation of insurance payments due to recent earthquakes, etc.” We have released the 2016-20 edition of the infographic on the occurrence of natural disasters and earthquakes all over Japan, which was created based on the “Results”. The total number of payments and insurance payments related to major wind and flood disasters and earthquakes over the past five years has been about 2.59 million, and the total amount is about 3,188.9 billion yen, which is included in the annual budget of Osaka Prefecture. It has reached an approaching scale. The largest payment was about 1,495 billion yen in 2018, the largest payment since the statistics by the General Insurance Association of Japan began. By disaster, it is said that “Typhoon Jebi 2018”, which landed in Japan on September 4, 2018 and caused nationwide damage mainly in the Kansai region, was large in both payment amount and number. In terms of earthquakes, the 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake was about 377.3 billion yen, the fourth largest including wind and flood disasters. By prefecture, the amount paid by Osaka Prefecture was the largest at 654.1 billion yen, and the damage caused by “Typhoon No. 21 in 2018” and “Earthquake with the epicenter in the northern part of Osaka Prefecture” in June of the same year was large. This is followed by Kumamoto Prefecture, which was heavily damaged by the 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake, at approximately 404.8 billion yen, followed by Chiba, Kanagawa, and Tokyo, which were heavily damaged by Reiwa First Year Typhoon No. 15. The smallest payment was about 1.6 billion yen in Shimane prefecture. Kagawa prefecture (about 3 billion yen), Kochi prefecture (about 3.9 billion yen), Aomori prefecture (about 4 billion yen), Yamagata prefecture (about 4.3 billion yen) follow, among the Chugoku / Shikoku region and Tohoku region. There was a tendency for less damage in prefectures where typhoon damage was less. There were 20 major wind and flood disasters and earthquakes that were subject to aggregation, and when the number of accidents in which the amount of insurance payment was 100 million yen or more occurred was aggregated by prefecture, it was the least frequent. Okinawa prefecture (3 times) is followed by Akita prefecture (5 times) and Shimane prefecture (5 times). Fukuoka (13 times), Osaka (12 times), and Kyoto (12 times) were the most frequent, and it was clear that large-scale natural disasters occurred frequently in the western part of the Japanese archipelago. became.