The outputs obtained from satellite image processing generally presents various information based on the interpretation technique, selected objects for object based processing, precision of processing, the number and time of images used for this process. This issue should be managed well during a disaster management process based on satellite images. Very high resolution (VHR) optical satellite data are potential sources to provide detailed information on damage and geological changes for a large area in a short time. In this paper, we studied tsunami triggered area, which was caused on 11 March 2011 by Tohoku earthquake, using VHR data from GeoEye-1satellite images. A set of pre and post-earthquake images were used to perform visual change analysis through comparison of these data. These images include the data of the same area before the disaster in normal condition and after the disaster which caused changes and also some modification imposed to that area. Upon occurrence of a disaster, the images are used to estimate the extent of the damage. Then based on disaster management criteria and the needs for recovery and reconstruction, the priorities for object based classification indexes are defined. In post-disaster management, they are used for reconstruction and sustainable development activities. Finally a classified characteristic definition has been proposed which can be used as sample indexes prioritization criteria for disaster management based on satellite image processing. This prioritization criteria are based on an object based processing technique and can be further developed for other image processing methods.