|| In 2004, ten typhoons had landed over Japan and a lot of damages were reported due to heavy rain, storm surge and wind storms. In the north eastern part of Okayama prefecture, local high wind "Hirodo-kaze" caused severe wind damages due to typhoon passage. During Typhoon 0421, high winds were recoreded in the south foot of Mt.Nagi as typical local wind atrom, " Hirodo-kaze". While, during Typhoon 0423, severe wind damages expanded west of the typical Hirodo-kaze srea as well as a new extreme. In the present report, a lot of surface meteorological data were coollected and compared the meteorological fields among two typhoons.