It is becoming essentially significant to analyze and recognize environmental situations from various viewpoints on each purpose in environmental experts in governments, international organizations, universities, and research institutes. Visualizing environments in combination with relationships, reflections, and co-occurrences through multiple kinds of data is effective to interpret actual situations to analyze those data combinatory to see causality/resultant through multiple phenomena. This paper presents 'A Multidimensional Visualization Method for Disaster Analysis on 5D World Map System'. The 5D World Map System allows calculating in five dimensions, semantic in one dimension (1D), geographical world map in three dimensions (3D), and time in 1 dimension (1D), we have already presented. One of the essential features of our new method is to express one semantic in one Knowledge-Layer, and the selected Knowledge-Layers can be mapped simultaneously (transparency) to integrate/reduce multiple semantics into one visual dimension on the 5D World Map. Our method makes compatibility for multiple contexts of disaster phenomena. We also show several experimental results of our method for disaster analysis correspond to SDG11 has been proposed by United Nations, to clarify the feasibility of our method, and also clarify the applicability for the area of disaster analysis.