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The name Toraji has been used to name four tropical cyclones in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. The name was submitted by North Korea and refers to a species of flower, the bellflower (Platycodon grandiflorus).
- Typhoon Toraji (2001) (T0108, 11W, Isang) – impacted Taiwan and China, killing at least 72
- Tropical Storm Toraji (2007) (T0703, 03W) – struck Vietnam
- Tropical Storm Toraji (2013) (T1317, 15W) – struck Japan.
- Tropical Storm Toraji (2018) (T1827, 32W) – a weak system that struck Vietnam
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