List of tornadoes and tornado outbreaks in Asia
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|Calcutta, India tornado||8 April 1838||Calcutta, India||-||215|||
|Miyazaki, Japan tornado||26 September 1881||Miyazaki, Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan||≥1||16||Deadliest Japanese tornado; destroyed Miyazaki Elementary School|||
|Yodobashi Town, Japan tornado||23 September 1903||Yodobashi Town, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan||≥1||10||14||Struck an elementary school in Toyotoma County|||
|Toyohashi City, Japan tornado||28 November 1941||Toyohashi City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan||≥1||12||177||347 houses completely destroyed or heavily damaged|||
|Serangoon, Singapore tornado||2 November 1950||Singapore||7|||
|Tomiye City, Japan tornado||10 November 1957||Tomiye City, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan||≥1||6||8|||
|Azuma village, Japan tornado||2 July 1962||Aruma village, Chiba Prefecture, Japan||≥1||2|||
|Hamamatsu, Japan tornado||26 August 1962||Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture. Japan||≥1||None||168 houses severely damaged|||
|Assam, India tornado||19 April 1963||Assam, India||-||139|||
|Magura-Narail Districts, Bangladesh tornado||11 April 1964||Khulna Division, Bangladesh||-||>500|||
|Tokyo, Japan tornado||24 May 1964||Southwestern Tokyo, Japan||-||480 houses damaged|||
|Ooami-Shirasato town, Japan tornado||28 October 1967||Ooami-Shirasato town, Chiba Prefecture, Japan||≥1||2|||
|Macabebe — Masantol, Philippines tornado||13 June 1968||Philippines||-||12|||
|Bangladesh tornadoes of April 1969||14 April 1969||Bangladesh||≥2||923|||
|Sashima town, Japan tornado||23 August 1969||Sashima town, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan||≥1||2||107|||
|Dhaka District, Bangladesh tornado||17 April 1973||Dhaka Division, Bangladesh||-||681|||
|Madaripur-Shibchar, Bangladesh tornado||1 April 1977||Dhaka Division, Bangladesh||-||500|||
|Japan tornado||28 February 1978||Japan||≥1||None||Longest path length Japanese tornado at 41.2 km (25.6 mi)|||
|New Delhi, India tornado of March 1978||17 March 1978||National Capital Region, India||-||28||700|||
|Odisha, India tornado||10 April 1978||Odisha, India||-||150|||
|Hachirohgata village, Japan tornado||11 January 1987||Hachirohgata village, Akita Prefecture, Japan||≥1||None||Longest duration Japanese tornado at 41 minutes|||
|Daulatpur–Saturia tornado||26 April 1989||Barisal Division, Bangladesh||F5||-||>1300||1.5 mile wide, deadliest tornado in world history|||
|Myanmar / Burma tornado||15 May 1990||Myanmar / Burma||1||28||Passenger train derailed|||
|Southern Philippines tornado||14 June 1990||Southern Philippines||-||30|||
|Mobara, Japan tornado||11 December 1990||Mobara, Chiba Prefecture, Japan||78||Violent tornado damaged 1000 homes, 82 completely destroyed|||
|West Bengal, India tornado||9 April 1993||West Bengal, India||-||145||"/>|
|Southern Philippines tornado||2 July 1994||Southern Philippines||-||2-13|||
|San Fernando, Philippines tornado||16 October 1994||Philippines||3|||
|Southern Philippines tornado||29 November 1994||Southern Philippines||-||14|||
|Guizhou Province, China tornado||19 April 1995||Guizhou Province, China||-||37|||
|Jamalpur-Tangail Districts, Bangladesh tornado||13 May 1996||Dhaka Division, Bangladesh||-||700|||
|Central Vietnam tornado||23 September 1997||Central Vietnam||-||4|||
|West Bengal–Odisha, India tornado||24 March 1998||West Bengal and Odisha, India||160||2000|||
|Toyohashi City, Japan tornadoes||24 September 1999||Toyohashi City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan||4||F3|||
|Tiền Giang, Vietnam tornadoes||23 August 2000||Tiền Giang, Vietnam||2||1||77|||
|Savar and Gazipur Districts, Bangladesh tornado||19 September 2000||Dhaka Division, Bangladesh||2||2||5|||
|Bhalwal, Pakistan tornado||28 March 2001||Bhalwal, Pakistan||-||3|||
|Nobeoka, Miyazaki, Japan tornado||18 September 2006||Nobeoka, Miyazaki Prefecture (Kyūshū), Japan||-||3||100||2nd deadliest tornado in recent Japanese history|||
|2006 Saroma tornado||7 November 2006||Saroma, Hokkaidō, Japan||9||26||Deadliest tornado in recent Japanese history|||
|Trieu Son district, Vietnam tornado||13 June 2007||Thanh Hóa Province, Vietnam||2||Nearly 500 houses damaged|||
|South China tornado||8 June 2008||Guangdong province, China|||
|Los Bańos, Laguna tornado||14 August 2008||Los Bańos, Laguna, Philippines||-||20|||
|South India tornado||31 March 2009||Odisha, India||20||150||300 homes, 11 villages destroyed.|||
|UP Diliman, Quezon City tornado||4 June 2009||Quezon City, Philippines||1||None||None||12 shanties demolished|||
|Sariaya, Quezon tornado||14 June 2009||Sariaya, Quezon Province, Philippines||1||1||7 houses and a school were damaged.|||
|Perez, Quezon tornado||23 June 2009||Perez, Quezon Province, Philippines||1||4|||
|Can-avid, Eastern Samar tornado||23 June 2009||Can-avid, Eastern Samar, Philippines||1||26 houses were damaged.|||
|Oton, Iloilo tornado||10 August 2009||Oton, Iloilo, Philippines||1||20||26 houses were damaged.|||
|Tsukuba, Ibaraki Prefecture tornado||6 May 2012||Tsukuba, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan||1||1||52||Japan's worst tornado since November 2006; 890 houses were damaged.|||
|Sanba (Karen)||18 September 2012||Japan||Several|||
|Bebinca (Fabian)||20 June 2013||MIMAROPA, Philippines.||2||N/A||None||None||One tornado damaged the Palawan State University, while the other damaged 2 houses.|||
|Rumbia (Gorio)||29 June 2013||Quezon, Philippines||1||N/A||None||None||41 houses were damaged and a motor boat was completely destroyed.|||
|Ranchi, Jharkhand, India tornado||26 August 2013||Ranchi-Jharkhand, India||-||Ranchi/Jharkhands biggest tornado to date.|||
|Saitama Prefecture, Japan tornado||2 September 2013||Saitama Prefecture, Japan||1||F2||63|||
|Tropical Storm Toraji||4 September 2013||Japan||3||F1|||
|Typhoon Man-yi||15–16 September 2013||Japan||10||F1||0||10||Over 900 homes damaged from the ten F0 and F1 tornadoes.|||
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