So far, several studies for gravity waves caused by typhoons have been reported, although there are few studies for the lower ionosphere variations associated with typhoons using LF transmitter signals. In this study, we investigate variations of the D-region height associated with a typhoon of 11-20 June, 2012 using phase data of LF transmitter signals. There were two magnetic storms (minimum Dst values:-51 nT on 12 June and -71 nT on 17 June) in these dates. The propagation paths were Fukushima-Pontianak (PTK, Indonesia, 40 kHz) and Saga-PTK (60 kHz). We converted the phase data to reflection heights based on Earth-ionosphere waveguide mode theory. The period of the reflection height variations was analyzed by wavelet transform. The reference days were 23, 24, and 29 June, 2012, which were also geomagnetically quiet days. We excluded the periods of the reflection height variations seen in these reference days from the periods during the typhoon. In daytime during the typhoon, several solar flares were identified by the GOES X-ray flux. When the solar flares occurred, the reflection heights were largely decreased. Only nighttime data of the reflection height were analyzed because the duration of the gravity waves is expected to be several hours. As a result, the common periods of the reflection height over both propagation paths were 45.3 minutes on 15 June, 2012, and 76.1 minutes on 16 June. The duration of the periods was about 50 minutes in nighttime. In the two nights, medium-scale traveling ionospheric disturbances were not observed in the GPS-TEC data over Japan. The horizontal wavelengths were calculated from the onset time difference of the oscillations between the two propagation paths, and difference of the distance between the source location (the typhoon) and the two propagation paths. The horizontal wavelengths were estimated to be 483 – 662 km for the 45.3 minutes and 1222 – 1346 km for the 76.1 minutes. The horizontal wavelengths were comparable or longer than previous studies.