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JAPAN COAST GUARD LAWS AND REGULATIONS

 事業名 国際的海上保安業務の推進
 団体名 海上保安協会 注目度注目度5
(4) Notification Concerning the Method of Notification Relating to the Navigation of Huge Vessels or Other Particular Vessels (Japan Coast Guard Notification No.109 of 1973 as amended through JCG Notification No.6 of 1999)
 
(Terms)
Article 1.
The terms used in this Notification shall have the same meanings as those of the same terms used in the Maritime Traffic Safety Law (Law No.115 of 1972)and the Regulations for the Enforcement of the Maritime Traffic Safety Law (hereafter referred to as "the Regulations").
 
(Method of the First Notification)
Article 2.
The notification to be made under Article 14 Paragraph 1 and 2 of the Regulations (excluding such notification as related to change in the matters previously reported) shall be made in Japanese (or in English in case Japanese is not available) by means of any one of the methods mentioned in the following items (the methods mentioned in item (2) to item (4) inclusive and in item (6) shall be employed only when a person to convey the communication (hereafter referred to as "the conveyor") from the Japan Coast Guard to the master of a huge vessel or other particular vessel):
(1) To communicate by radio with a coastal radio station of the Japan Coast Guard mentioned in Annexed Table No.1 for the traffic route that the vessel intends to navigate, on the frequencies mentioned in the table: Provided that when it is difficult to communicate with the coastal radio station, the vessel may communicate with any of the coastal radio stations mentioned in Annexed Table No.1 or No.2 on the frequencies mentioned respectively in these tables:
(2) To bring and submit a document in the Form appended hereto to the Regional Coast Guard Headquarters, the Coast Guard Office, the Maritime Guard and Rescue Office, the Coast Guard Station or Traffic Advisory Service Center, or to forward a document in the Form appended hereto by mail to the office of the Japan Coast Guard mentioned in each item of Article 14 Paragraph 4 of the Regulations for each traffic route the vessel intends to navigate. If the document is sent by mail, the term "Notification of traffic routes" shall be written in red on the envelope;
(3) To communicate with the office of the Japan Coast Guard mentioned in each item of Article 14 Paragraph 4 of the Regulations for each traffic route the vessel intends to navigate, by telegram whose reception, transmission and delivery are handled by the Telegraph Offices (offices in charge of handling work-site operations services concerning telegraphs at the Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Co., Ltd (hereinafter NTT) or the Kokusai Denshin Denwa Co., Ltd (hereinafter KDD), and a person who is entrusted with a part of services concerning telegraphs in accordance with Article 15 paragraph 1, of the Telecommunications Business Law (Law No.86 of 1984) or Article 5 Paragraph 2 of its supplement provision).
(4) To communicate with Tokyo Wan Traffic Advisory Service Center (only when the vessel navigates Uraga Suido Traffic Route or Naka-no-Se Traffic Route) by telex, to communicate with Osaka Wan Traffic Advisory Service Center (only when the vessel navigates Akashi Kaikyo Traffic Route) by telex, or to communicate with Bisan Seto Traffic Advisory Service Center (only when the vessel navigates Bisan Seto East Traffic Route, Uko East Traffic Route, Uko West Traffic Route, Bisan Seto North Traffic Route, Bisan Seto South Traffic Route or Mizushima Traffic Route) by telex.
(5) To Communicate with the office of the Japan Coast Guard mentioned in each item of Article 14 Paragraph 4 of the Regulations for each traffic route the vessel intends to navigate, by telephone the exchange business of which is handled by the Telephone Exchange Offices (offices in charge of handling work-site operations services concerning telephone at NTT) (hereafter referred to simply as "telephone").
(6) To transmit a document in the Form appended hereto by facsimile connected to a telephone (only to the case when it uses the system of the third type of the facsimile groups) to the offices of the Japan Coast Guard mentioned in each item of Article 14 paragraph 4 of the Regulations for each traffic route the vessel intends to navigate.
2. All notifications made under item (1),item (3),item (4) or item (5) of the preceding Paragraph shall be prefixed by "KORO TSUHO" or "KOTSUHO" in Japanese (or "NOTIFICATION" in English) and then followed in consecutive order by the matters mentioned in each of the following items: Provided that the master of a vessel other than a huge vessel shall transmit "NASHI" in Japanese (or "NOT APPLICABLE" or "NA" in English) for the matter mentioned in items (3) or iten (4); same shall apply to the master of a vessel other than a vessel carrying dangerous goods for the matter mentioned in item (5): to the master of a vessel other than a vessel towing or pushing a long object for the matters mentioned in item (6) and item (7); to the master of a vessel for which destination has not been fixed for the matter mentioned in item (8); to the master of a vessel which has no ship radio station on board for the matter mentioned in item (12) and to the master of a vessel having her own ship radio station for the matter mentioned in item (13).
(1) Abbrevration of the addressee of the notification given in Annexed Table No. 3 for each traffic route the vessel intends to navigate. (If more than one traffic route are to be navigated successively, transmis sion shall be made according to the order of the traffic routes to be navigated; the same shall apply in item (9) to item (11) inclusive.) Prefix "(1)" to the message
(2) Name and gross tonnage of the vessel, Prefix "(2)"
(3) Length of the vessel (in meters). Prefix "(3)" to the message
(4) Maximum draft (in meters, down to two places of decimals.) Prefix "(4)" to the message
(5) Types of dangerous goods carried and amount (in tons) of each type. (Vessels of Article 11 Paragraph 3 of the Regulations shall transmit "0"). Prefix "(5)" to the message
(6) Distance between the bow of a towing vessel and the rear end of the object being towed or distance between the stern of a pushing vessel and the fore end of the object being pushed (in meters). Prefix "(6)" to the message
(7) Description of the object being towed or pushed. Prefix "(7)" to the message
(8) Port of destination. Prefix "(8)" to the message
(9) Section of the traffic route to be navigated. (Names of traffic routes shall be indicated by the abbreviations given in Annexed Table No. 3, and if the entire area of a traffic route is to be navigated, the name of the traffic route.) Prefix "(9)" to the message
(10) Estimated date and time of entry into a traffic route from outside of the traffic route. (Times shall be denoted by 2400 hrs system; the same shall apply to the time in (11) below.) Prefix "(10)" to the message
(11) Estimated date and time of departure from traffic route. (If the vessel enters, after departing from a traffic route, another traffic route adjacent thereto, the vessel is not required to send a message on the estimated date and time of departure from the first traffic route.) Prefix "(11)" to the message
(12) Call sign or call name of the ship radio station. Prefix "(12)" to the message
(13) Method of communications with JCG. Prefix "(13)" to the message
3. In case notification is given by the method mentioned in Paragraph 1 items (4) and (5), the message shall be prefixed by "(14)" to succeed the items of messages under the preceding Paragraph, and the name and address of the conveyor shall be added.
 
(Method of Notification of Change)
Article 3.
Notification of change in the matters previously reported under Article 14 Paragraph 1 or Paragraph 2 of the Regulations shall be made in Japanese (or English, if Japanese is not available) by the method mentioned in each of the following items:
(1) To call and communicate with the coastal radio station of the Japan Coast Guard given in Annexed Table No.1 for each traffic route related to the change by means of radio communications, on the frequencies mentioned in the "Frequency" column of the table (VHF radio telephone should be used, if available; in such case, request should be made for connecting the telephone to the person in charge of control over the traffic route);
(2) To communicate by telephone with the office of the Japan Coast Guard mentioned in each item of Article 14 Paragraph 4 of the Regulations for each traffic route related to the change.
2. The notification to be made by the method specified in the preceding Paragraph shall be prefixed by "KORO HENKO" or "HENKO" in Japanese (or "AMENDMENT" in English) and followed by the matters mentioned in the following items:
(1) Abbreviations of the addressee and traffic route mentioned in Annexed Table No.3 for each traffic route related to the change. Prefix "(1)" to the message
(2) Matter mentioned in Paragraph 2 item (2) of the preceding Article. Prefix "(2)" to the message
(3) Change in the matter mentioned in each item (excluding item (2)) of Paragraph 2 of the preceding Article. Prefix the numbers mentioned in each item of Paragraph 2 of the preceding Article related to the matters concerned.
 
(Method of Special Notification)
Article 4.
Notification under Article 14 Paragraph 3 of the Regulations shall be made by the method specified in the preceding two articles or any other methods similar thereto.
 
Annexed Table No.1 (Related to Article 2 and 3)
Name of coastal radio station Call sign or call name Watch frequency Communications frequency Name of traffic route in charge
Yokohama JCG
Yokohama-hoan
(Yokohama Sea Patrol Radio)
004310301
156.8MHz
2,189.5kHz
156.6 MHz
2,177 kHz
2,150 kHz
2,417.5 kHz
Uraga Suido T. R.,
Naka-no-Se T. R.,
Nagoya JNT
Nagoya-hoan
(Nagoya Sea Patrol Radio)
004310401
156.8MHz
2,189.5kHz
156.6 MHz
2,177 kHz
2,150 kHz
2,417.5 kHz
Irago-Suido T. R.,
Kobe JGD
Kobe-hoan
(Kobe Sea Patrol Radio)
004310501
156.8MHz
2,189.5kHz
156.6 MHz
2,177 kHz
2,150 kHz
2,417.5 kHz
Akashi Kaikyo T. R., Bisan Seto East T. R., Uko East T. R., Uko West T. R., Bisan Seto North T. R., Bisan Seto South T. R., Mizushima T. R., and Kurushima KaikyoT. R.,
Hiroshima JNE
Hiroshima-hoan
(Hiroshima Sea Patrol Radio)
004310601
156. 8MHz
2,189.5kHz
156.6 MHz
2,177 kHz
2,150 kHz
2,417.5 kHz
Notes: 1. When 156.8MHz is being used for distress communications, 156.6MHz shall be used as watch frequency.
2. English call name in parentheses only used for communication between a radio station of a foreign ship and a coastal radio station belonging to the Japan Coast Guard
 
Annexed Table No.2 (Related to Article 2)
Name of coastal radio station Call sign or call name Watch frequency Communications frequency
Kushiro JNX ・ Kushiro-hoan
(Kushiro Sea Patrol Radio)
004310102
156.8 MHz
2,189.5 kHz
156.6 MHz
2,177 kHz
2,150 kHz
2,417.5 kHz
Shiogama JNN ・ Shiogama-hoan
(Shiogama Sea Patrol Radio)
004310201
156.8 MHz
2,189.5 kHz
156.6 MHz
2,177 kHz
2,150 kHz
2,417.5 kHz
Moji JNR ・ Moji-hoan
(Moji Sea Patrol Radio)
004310701
156.8 MHz
2,189.5 kHz
156.6 MHz
2,177 kHz
2,150 kHz
2,417.5 kHz
Kagoshima JNJ ・ Kagoshima-hoan
(Kagoshima Sea Patrol Radio)
004311001
156.8 MHz
2,189.5 kHz
156.6 MHz
2,177 kHz
2,150 kHz
2,417.5 kHz
Naha JNB ・ Naha-hoan
(Naha Sea Patrol Radio)
004311101
156.8 MHz
2,189.5 kHz
156.6 MHz
2,177 kHz
2,150 kHz
2,417.5 kHz
Notes: 1. When 156.8MHz is being used for distress communications, 156.6MHz shall be used as watch frequency.
2.English call name in parentheses only used for communication between a radio station of a foreign ship and a coastal radio station belonging to the Japan Coast Guard
 
 
Annexed Table No.3 (Related to Article 2 and 3)
Name of traffic route (T. R.) Abbreviation of name of T. R. Addressee Abbreviation of
addressee
Uraga Suido T. R. URAGA Chief, Tokyo Wan Traffic Advisory Service Center TOKYO WAN
Nama-no-Se T. R. NAKANOSE Chief, Tokyo Wan Traffic Advisory Service Center TOKYO WAN
Irago Suido T. R. IRAGO Commander, 4th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters YONKAN
Akashi Kaikyo T. R. AKASHI Chief, Osaka Wan Traffic Advisory Service Center OSAKA WAN
Bisan Seto East T. R. BISAN EAST Chief, Bisan Seto Traffic Advisory Service Center BISAN SETO
Uko East T. R. UKO EAST Chief, Bisan Seto Traffic Advisory Service Center BISAN SETO
Uko West T. R. UKO WEST Chief, Bisan Seto Traffic Advisory Service Center BISAN SETO
Bisan Seto North T. R. BISAN NORTH Chief, Bisan Seto Traffic Advisory Service Center BISAN SETO
Bisan Seto South T. R. BISAN SOUTH Chief, Bisan Seto Traffic Advisory Service Center BISAN SETO
Mizushima T. R. MIZUSHIMA Chief, Bisan Seto Traffic Advisory Service Center BISAN SETO
Kurushima Kaikyo T. R. KURUSHIMA Chief, Kurushima Kaikyo Traffic Advisory Service Center KURUSHIMA
 
Form (Related to Article 2)
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