Nagoya City Firefighting Meritorious Service Badges/名古屋市功績章

Meritorious Service Badge.

1st "early" type.


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功績章 - Meritorious Service


名古屋市 - Nagoya City

+ punched number.


2nd type.

This design was introduced on August 14, 1948.

Original regulation.




第1条 本市消防職員で、次の各号の一について消防上特に功労があると認められる者に対しては、市長又は消防長がこれを表彰する。

(1) 水火災その他の災害の警戒防禦並びに人命救助

(2) 火災の早期発見

(3) 消防機械器具の発明改良

(4) 消防事務の処理及び執行務の適正

(5) その他消防に寄与した事項

第2条 前条の規定は、消防職員の団体に対してこれを準用する。

第3条 表彰は、消防顕功章、消防功績章、感状、賞詞及び賞与金とする。




第4条 消防顕功章及び消防功績章授与の適否を審査するため、消防表彰審査委員会を置く。

第5条 本市消防職員で、平素勤務に勉励し、行状善良であって、一般消防職員の模範となる者に対しては、別に市長又は消防長が表彰状又は精勤証書を授与して、これを表彰する。

第6条 消防顕功章及び消防功績章の形式並びに制式は別表の通りとする。

第7条 消防顕功章、消防功績章及び精勤証書を授与された者が禁錮以上の刑に処せられ、又は懲戒処分によりその職を免ぜられたときは、これを返納せしめ、功労者たるの面目を汚したときは、そのはい用を停止し、又はこれを返納せしめることがある。

第8条 一般の人で特に消防に協力したと認められる者に対しては、市長又は消防長が感謝状又は賞金を贈って謝意を表する。

第9条 この条例の施行に関して必要な事項は、市長がこれを定める。

附 則


附 則(平成6年条例第7号)



Badge description.


大きさ 縦 4.7センチメートル

横 3.6センチメートル

地金 純銀又はその類似品(黒いぶし)

表面 桜葉 桜花 結紐 銀色

市標 水色

日章 金色日章(顕功章)


裏面 地金色

Merit Badge.




功労章 - Merit Badge


名古屋市 - Nagoya City

+ punched number.
Firefighting Chief Award Badge.

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名古屋市 表彰 昭和38年 消防長 記念章.jpg


表彰 - Award; Commendation


昭和十三八年 - 1963

消防長 - Firefighting Chief
Isewan Typhoon Meritorious Service Badge.

Same design - different badge.

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Isewan Typhoon  Meritorious Service Badge.jpg


功績章 - Meritorious Service


伊勢湾台風 - Isewan Typhoon

名古屋市 - Nagoya City

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Typhoon Vera, also known as the Isewan Typhoon /伊勢湾台風, Ise-wan Taifū/, was an exceptionally intense tropical cyclone that struck Japan in September 1959, becoming the strongest and deadliest typhoon on record to make landfall on the country as a Category 5 equivalent storm. The storm's intensity resulted in catastrophic damage of unparalleled severity and extent, and was a major setback to the Japanese economy, which was still recovering from World War II. In the aftermath of Vera, Japan's disaster management and relief systems were significantly reformed, and the typhoon's effects would set a benchmark for future storms striking the country.

Vera developed on September 20 between Guam and Chuuk State, and initially tracked westward before taking a more northerly course, reaching tropical storm strength the following day. By this point Vera had assumed a more westerly direction of movement and had begun to rapidly intensify, and reached its peak intensity on September 23 with maximum sustained winds equivalent to that of a modern-day Category 5 hurricane. With little change in strength, Vera curved and accelerated northward, resulting in a landfall on September 26 near Shionomisaki on Honshu. Atmospheric wind patterns caused the typhoon to briefly emerge into the Sea of Japan before recurving eastward and moving ashore Honshu for a second time. Movement over land greatly weakened Vera, and after reentering the North Pacific Ocean later that day, Vera transitioned into an extratropical cyclone on September 27; these remnants continued to persist for an additional two days.

Though Vera was accurately forecast and its track into Japan was well anticipated, limited coverage of telecommunications, combined with lack of urgency from Japanese media and the storm's intensity, greatly inhibited potential evacuation and disaster mitigation processes. Rainfall from the storm's outer rainbands began to cause flooding in river basins well in advance of the storm's landfall. Upon moving ashore Honshu, the typhoon brought a strong storm surge that destroyed numerous flood defense systems, inundating coastal regions and sinking ships. Damage totals from Vera reached US$600 million (equivalent to US$6.02 billion in 2022). The number of fatalities caused by Vera remain discrepant, though current estimates indicate that the typhoon caused more than 5,000 deaths, making it one of the deadliest typhoons in Japanese history. It also injured almost 39,000 people and displaced about 1.6 million.​

Special metal ribbon bar.

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Isewan Typhoon  Badge.jpg

伊勢湾台風勤労章 - Isewan Typhoon Meritorious Service

名古屋市 - Nagoya City

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