- Kato, T., 2022: Past 45 years’ long-term trend of the occurrence frequency of heavy rainfall events in Japan extracted from three-hourly AMeDAS accumulated precipitation amounts, Tenki, 69, 247-252.
- Hirockawa, Y., T. Kato, 2022: A new application method of radar/raingauge-analyzed precipitation amounts for long-term statistical analyses of localized heavy rainfall areas, 13-18, SOLA, 18, 13-18.
- Araki, K., T. Kato, Y. Hirockawa, and W. Mashiko, 2021: Characteristics of atmospheric environments of quasi-stationary convective bands in Kyushu, Japan during the July 2020 heavy rainfall event, SOLA, 17, 8-15.
- Hirockawa, Y., T. Kato, K. Araki, and W. Mashiko, 2020: Characteristics of an exetreme rainfall event in Kyushu district, wouthwestern Japan in early July 2020, SOLA, 16, 265-270.
- Hirockawa, Y., T. Kato, H. Tsuguti, and N. Seino, 2020: Identification and classification of heavy rainfall areas and their characteristic features in Japan. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 835-857.
- T. Kato, 2020: Quasi-stationary band-shaped precipitation systems, named “senjo-kousuitai”, causing localized heavy rainfall in Japan. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 485-509.
- T. Kato, 2018: Representative Height of the Low-Level Water Vapor Field for Examining the Initiation of Moist Convection Leading to Heavy Rainfall in East Asia, J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 96, 69-83.
- Ito, J., S. Hayashi, A. Hashimoto, H. Ohtake, F. Uno, H. Yoshimura, T. Kato, and Y. Yamada, 2017: Stalled improvement in a numerical weather prediction model as horizontal resolution increases to the sub-kilometer scale, SOLA, 13, 151-156.
- Muramatsu, T., T. Kato, M. Nakazato, H. Endo, and A. Kitoh, 2016: Future Change of tornadogenesis-favorable environmental conditions in Japan estimated by a 20-km-mesh atmospheric general circulation model, J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 94A, 105-120.
- Murata, A., H. Sasaki, H. Kawase, M. Nosaka, M. Oh’izumi, T. Kato, T. Aoyagi, F. Shido, K. Hibino, S. Kanada, A. Suzuki-Parker, and T. Nagatomo, 2015: Projection of future climate change over Japan in ensemble simulations with a high-resolution regional climate model. SOLA, 11, 90-94.
- Ohtake, H., M. Murakami, N. Orikasa, A. Hashimoto, A. Saito, and T. Kato, 2014: Statistical validation of a cloud resolving model using aircraft observations of orographic snow clouds. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 92, 287-304.
- Kanada, S., H. Tsuguti, T. Kato, and F. Fujibe, 2014: Diurnal Variation of Precipitation around Western Japan during the Warm Season. SOLA, 10, 72-77.
- Tsuguti, H. and T. Kato, 2014: ObjectiveExtraction ofHeavyRainfallEvents and Statistical Analysis on their CharacteristicFeatures. Tenki, 61, 455-469 (in Japanese).
- Tsuguti, H. and T. Kato, 2014: Contributing Factors of the Heavy Rainfall Event at Amami-Oshima Island, Japan, on 20 October 2010. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 92, 163-183.
- Yoshizaki, M., T. Kato and K. Yasunaga, 2013: Linear responses of the buoyancy induced by band-shaped precipitation with an end and numerical verifications Part 1. A theoretical study, J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 91, 527-538.
- Ito, K., T. Kawabata, T. Kato, Y. Honda, Y. Ishikawa, T. Awaji, 2013: Simultaneous Optimization of Air-Sea Exchange Coefficients and Initial Conditions near a Tropical Cyclone Using JNoVA, J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 91, 337-353.
- Hirockawa, Y. and T. Kato, 2012: Kinetic Energy Budget Analysis on the Development of a Meso-β-scale Vortex Causing Heavy Rainfall, Observed over Aomori Prefecture in Northern Japan on 11 November 2007, J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 90, 905-921.
- Kanada, S., M. Nakano, A. Wada and T. Kato, 2012: Effect of PBL schemes on the development of intense tropical cyclones using a cloud resolving model, J. Geophys. Res., 117, D03107.
- Nakano, M., T. Kato, S. Hayashi, S. Kanada, Y. Yamada, and K. Kurihara 2012: Development of a 5-km-mesh cloud-system resolving regional climate model in the Meteorological Research Institute, J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 90A, 339-350.
- Kanada, S., M. Nakano, and T. Kato, 2012: Projections of Future Changes in Precipitation and the Vertical Structure of the Frontal Zone during the Baiu Season in the Vicinity of Japan Using a 5-km-mesh Regional Climate Model, J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 90A, 65-86.
- Kato, T., S. Hayashi, and M. Yoshizaki, 2007: Statistical study on cloud top heights of cumulonimbi thermodynamically estimated from objective analysis data during the Baiu season, J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 85, 529-557.
- Kato, T., 2006: Structure of the band-shaped precipitation system inducing the heavy rainfall observed over northern Kyushu, Japan on 29 June 1999, J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 84, 129-153.
- Kato, T., and K. Aranami, 2005: Formation factors of 2004 Niigata-Fukushima and Fukui heavy rainfalls and problems in the predictions using a cloud-resolving model, SOLA, 1, 1-4.
- Kato, T., M. Yoshizaki, K. Bessho, T. Inoue, Y. Sato and X-BAIU-01 observation group, 2003: Reason for the failure of the simulation of heavy rainfall during X-BAIU-01- Importance of a vertical profile of water vapor for numerical simulations ? J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 81, 993-1013.
- Kato, T., 1998: Numerical simulation of the band-shaped torrential rain observed over southern Kyushu, Japan on 1 August 1993. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 76, 97-128.