Shizuoka Hamamatsu City Northern Plains and near Morimachi Record heavy rain Danger of disaster approaches
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, it is believed that about 110 mm of heavy rain fell in the vicinity of the northern plains of Hamamatsu City and in the vicinity of Morimachi in Shizuoka Prefecture in one hour until 10:50 pm, based on radar analysis. Due to the imminent danger of a disaster, the Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for people to announce "record-breaking short-term heavy rain information" to ensure safety.
Ensuring emergency safety Actions to protect lives to 408,933 people in Hamamatsu City
In Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture, at 10:35 p.m., 408,933 people in 172,698 households in Naka Ward, Higashi Ward, Minami Ward, and part of Hamakita Ward, due to the risk of flooding due to the rising water level of the Magome River. issued an "Emergency Safety Assurance". At level 5, which is the highest alert level, check the surroundings such as nearby buildings, the second floor of your home, and places away from slopes. I'm here.
``Linear precipitation belt'' occurs in Shizuoka and Aichi, disaster risk increases, strict vigilance
At 10:49 pm on the 23rd, the Japan Meteorological Agency announced ``information on remarkable heavy rain'', saying that a linear rain belt was confirmed in Shizuoka and Aichi prefectures, and very heavy rain continued to fall in the same place. A "linear rain belt" is a phenomenon in which developed cumulonimbus clouds line up one after another and bring heavy rain. We are also calling on you to ensure your safety.
Tokaido Shinkansen Shizuoka-Toyohashi Operation canceled on 23rd
According to JR Tokai, the Tokaido Shinkansen has been suspended due to continuous rain, and there is no prospect of resuming operation in the section from Shizuoka Station in Shizuoka Prefecture to Toyohashi Station in Aichi Prefecture, so it will be operated on the 23rd. announced that it would be discontinued. Other sections between Tokyo Station and Shizuoka Station, and ▽ between Toyohashi Station and Shin-Osaka Station, are being considered.
Japan National Soccer Team [updated] Kamata scored the first goal against USA
The Japanese national soccer team is playing against the US national team on the night of the 23rd Japan time in Düsseldorf, Germany as a warm-up match for the World Cup Qatar tournament that will start in November this year. We will update you from time to time.
Record heavy rain near Fujieda City, Shizuoka Danger of disaster approaches
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, in the vicinity of Fujieda City, Shizuoka Prefecture, it is believed that more than 120 mm of rain fell in one hour until 10:00 p.m. Due to the imminent danger of a disaster, the Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for people to announce "record-breaking short-term heavy rain information" to ensure safety.
Opening ceremony of the University of Tokyo "Faculty of Metaverse Engineering" to provide online courses
The Faculty of Engineering at the University of Tokyo will start an initiative to provide online courses based on university lectures for junior high and high school students and working adults by making full use of digital technology such as the virtual space on the Internet = Metaverse. An expression was made on the metaverse.
``Land of Happiness'' Bhutan Reopens to Accepting Tourists and Triples ``Tourism Tax''
The Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, known as the "Land of Happiness," officially reopened to foreign tourists on Wednesday. However, there are voices of concern about the impact of the major revision of tourism policies, such as raising the tax imposed according to the length of stay to three times the previous level.
Russia starts ``referendum'' in eastern and southern Ukraine, claiming legitimacy
Russia's Putin administration has launched a "referendum" on the 23rd with the aim of unilaterally annexing eastern and southern Ukraine. The Russian side insists on the legitimacy of the vote, and has shown its intention to unilaterally proceed with the annexation based on the results of the vote, but the Ukrainian side strongly opposes it.
[Explanation by a weather forecaster] Typhoon No. 15 is approaching.
Due to the approach of Typhoon No. 15, very heavy rain continued to fall in the same place in Aichi Prefecture, and the Japan Meteorological Agency announced that a "linear rain belt" was confirmed before 6:00 pm. The risk of landslide disasters and floods is increasing rapidly, and we need to be extremely vigilant. The typhoon is likely to approach Tokai and Kanto-Koshin from now on to the 24th, and there is a possibility that the amount of rain will increase further, so please check the latest weather and evacuation information. Kojiro Mukagasa, a weather forecaster, explains the outlook for rain in the future. (Not available in data broadcasting)
``Payment to the former director of the organizing committee is risky'' Reported to chairman Kadokawa in advance
Tsuguhiko Kadokawa, chairman of KADOKAWA, a major publishing company, was arrested on suspicion of offering a bribe of 69 million yen to a former director of the organizing committee over the sponsorship contract for the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. Interviews with people involved revealed that there was a suspicion that the chairman had been informed in advance that there was a "risk" in paying the former director. The Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office is investigating the details of how the large amount of money allegedly bribed was paid. According to those involved, Chairman Kadokawa has denied the charges against the investigation.
Suspended operation on the Tokaido Shinkansen Kakegawa Station - Mikawa Anjo Station up and down lines
According to JR Central, the section of the Tokaido Shinkansen that has been suspended due to rainfall restrictions has expanded, and currently, operation is suspended on the inbound and outbound lines between Kakegawa Station in Shizuoka Prefecture and Mikawa Anjo Station in Aichi Prefecture. It's been raining, so it's going to take a while before we can get back to work.
Shizuoka Hamamatsu Naka Ward, Nishi Ward, Part of Minami Ward Evacuation Orders to 18,889 Households
Hamamatsu City issued an evacuation order to 18,889 households and 42,634 people in some districts of Naka Ward, Nishi Ward, and Minami Ward because the water level of the Horidome River, which flows through the city, rose due to heavy rain. . Information on alert level 4 out of 5 alert levels calls for everyone to evacuate from dangerous places.
Market manipulation case of SMBC Nikko Securities Surveillance Committee recommends administrative action to disposition
In connection with the SMBC Nikko Securities market manipulation incident, the Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission (SECS) has determined that illicit trading was conducted in order to maintain the stock price of a specific stock, and has recently decided to recommend administrative action to the Financial Services Agency. rice field. Regarding this, the Financial Services Agency has begun coordination to order companies to suspend operations for a certain period of time and to issue a business improvement order to strengthen internal control systems.
A pest "stain" that eats ancient documents is discovered one after another in museums, etc. Alien species?
Regarding "stains", which are considered pests because they eat paper materials in museums, it has been found that types that have not been reported in Japan have been found one after another all over the country. It seems to have a higher fertility than the conventional "stain", and experts say that countermeasures are necessary because there is a risk of damage to cultural assets.
Yakult Munetaka Murakami [Breaking news] No. 56 HR will be the battle for the lead with DeNA
Munetaka Murakami, No. 4 of professional baseball Yakult, who has been stagnant for 6 games before the 56th home run of the season, which is the most by Japanese players, will face off against the 2nd place DeNA who will compete for the championship at Jingu Stadium on the night of the 23rd. It's coming. Murakami player is starting in the 4th third. We will update and tell you from time to time, focusing on Murakami's turn at bat.
Linear precipitation belts occur in western and eastern Aichi Prefecture, increasing disaster risk
Before 6:00 pm on the 23rd, the Japan Meteorological Agency announced ``Information on remarkable heavy rain'', saying that a linear rain belt was confirmed in the western and eastern parts of Aichi Prefecture, and very heavy rain continued to fall in the same place. A "linear rain belt" is a phenomenon in which developed cumulonimbus clouds line up one after another and bring heavy rain. We are also calling on you to ensure your safety.
Mie Shima Evacuation orders to 22,616 households throughout the city
Shima City, Mie Prefecture issued an evacuation order to 22,616 households and 46,532 people throughout the city at 4:30 pm, saying that the danger of landslide disasters is increasing. The information corresponds to alert level 4 out of 5 alert levels, calling for everyone to evacuate immediately from dangerous places.
Former professional baseball pitcher Choji Murata arrested Suspected assault on security inspector at Haneda Airport
Choji Murata (72), a former pitcher of the professional baseball team Lotte, known for his "Masakari throwing method," was arrested on the spot on the 23rd for assaulting an inspector at the security checkpoint at Haneda Airport. Police are investigating the details of the situation.
Mie Toba Kamo River reaches flood danger level
According to Mie Prefecture, the water level of the Kamo River, which flows through Toba City, reached 3 meters and 19 centimeters by 3:10 pm at the Iwakura Observatory, exceeding the flood danger level.
Mie Toba Evacuation orders to 8269 households throughout the city
Toba City, Mie Prefecture issued an evacuation order to a total of 8,269 households and 17,346 people throughout the city at 3:15 pm, saying that the danger of landslide disasters is increasing. The information corresponds to alert level 4 out of 5 alert levels, calling for everyone to evacuate immediately from dangerous places.
Record-breaking heavy rain near Shima, Mie Danger of disaster approaches
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, radar analysis indicates that about 120mm of rain fell in an hour until 2:30 pm near Shima City in Mie Prefecture. Due to the imminent danger of a disaster, the Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for people to announce "record-breaking short-term heavy rain information" to ensure safety.
South Korean president visiting NY spreads "abuse" on the Internet and criticizes in South Korea
South Korean President Yoon Seong-yeol, who was visiting New York for the United Nations General Assembly, was captured by TV cameras and has been criticized in South Korea as it spreads on the Internet. South Korea's opposition parties intensify their criticism while the government struggles to put out the fire.
President Zelensky strongly opposes Russia's ``referendum'' activity
From the 23rd, Russia's Putin administration plans to start activities that it calls a "referendum" aiming for unilateral annexation of the areas it controls in Ukraine. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has strongly objected to this.
Market intervention by the government and the Bank of Japan Europe and the United States deny coordinated intervention Turned out to be Japan alone
On the 22nd, the government and the Bank of Japan decided to intervene in the market by selling the dollar and buying the yen for the first time in 24 years. became.
Seven-Eleven system failure Unable to issue tickets at stores nationwide
Seven-Eleven Japan, a major convenience store chain, has revealed that its system for selling tickets for events and other events has failed, and tickets cannot be issued at stores nationwide. The company is investigating the cause, but at the moment there is no prospect of recovery.
Holiday trading of "derivatives" begins in preparation for overseas market fluctuations
A commemorative ceremony was held at the Osaka Exchange to coincide with the start of holiday trading of financial derivative products called "derivatives" from the 23rd. The aim is to prepare investors for risks through holiday trading when the market fluctuates significantly overseas during Japanese holidays or consecutive holidays.
Prime Minister Kishida on his way home after visiting New York
Prime Minister Kishida, who was visiting New York, finished a series of schedules, including the United Nations General Assembly, and left New York on the morning of the 23rd, Japan time, on his way home.
[Video] West Kyushu Shinkansen starts operation The first train departs
The Nishikyushu Shinkansen, which connects Nagasaki Station and Takeo Onsen Station in Saga Prefecture for 66 kilometers, opened on the 23rd. This is a picture of the first train taken from the sky. (The video is 1 minute 07 seconds. Not available on data broadcasting.)
Japan-U.S.-South Korea Foreign Ministers' Meeting Confirms resolute response to further provocations by North Korea
The foreign ministers of Japan, the United States, and South Korea met in New York to express serious concern over North Korea's increasing nuclear and missile activities, and to resolutely resolve any further provocations. I have confirmed that it is compatible.
Ukrainian situation: Fierce debate rages on Security Council
The Security Council meeting on the situation in Ukraine was held at the UN headquarters in New York in parallel with the UN General Assembly, and was attended by the prime ministers and foreign ministers of all member states. U.S. Secretary of State Brinken severely criticized Russia's threat of nuclear weapons and its readiness to increase its military strength by mobilizing reserves. was given.
Tokyo Stock Exchange and New York Stock Exchange Agree on Cooperation Aimed at Market Revitalization
The Tokyo Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange have agreed to cooperate in areas such as product development in order to revitalize the stock market by attracting mutual investment between Japan and the United States.
Israeli Prime Minister Expresses Support for Palestinian and Two-State Coexistence UN General Assembly
Middle East Israeli Prime Minister Lapid has addressed the United Nations General Assembly, stating that "two nations for two peoples are best for Israel" on the stalled Palestinian peace process. It is unusual in recent years for an Israeli prime minister to express support for the coexistence of two nations at the United Nations General Assembly.
Teacher arrested for bleaching school lunch ``You should get sick before school events''
At an elementary school in Fujimi City, Saitama Prefecture, a teacher who was arrested for putting bleach in the school lunch that he was in charge of in the past, responded to a police investigation, saying, ``I wish I could get sick before the school event that starts the next day. It was newly found in an interview with investigative officials that he was talking about
Prime Minister Kishida Calls for Investment in Japan at the NY Stock Exchange and Announces Permanence of NISA
Prime Minister Kishida, who is visiting the United States, made a speech at the New York Stock Exchange and called for active investment in Japan, stating that he would achieve sustainable economic growth through "new capitalism." He also revealed his intention to make permanent the preferential tax system "NISA" for individual investors in order to boost the flow of domestic savings to investment.
Market intervention by the government and the Bank of Japan It is unclear whether the effects will last
In response to the rapid depreciation of the yen, the government and the Bank of Japan decided to intervene in the market on the 22nd, selling the dollar and buying the yen for the first time in 24 years. The authorities are ready to intervene further to put a brake on the unilateral depreciation of the yen, but it is unclear whether the effect of the intervention will last.
Tropical Depression Expected to develop into a typhoon and approach the Pacific Ocean Risk of heavy rain
A tropical cyclone over the sea south of Japan will develop into a typhoon after this, and is expected to approach the Pacific side of eastern Japan from western Japan from the night of the 23rd to the 24th. There is a risk of heavy rain mainly in the Tokai, Kinki, and Kanto-Koshin areas, and caution is required against landslides and flooding of low-lying land.
[Updated as needed] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 23rd)
Russia's military aggression against Ukraine continues. Fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces continues across Ukraine, forcing thousands of civilians to flee the country. We will keep you updated on the developments regarding the situation in Ukraine on the 23rd (Japan time), such as the situation of the fighting and the diplomacy of the countries concerned. (There is a time difference of 6 hours between Japan and Ukraine and Moscow, Russia)
"Hayabusa 2" discovered a drop of carbonated water in the sample collected from the asteroid
A research team from Tohoku University and others has found that the samples collected on the asteroid by the Japanese probe Hayabusa 2 contained `` carbonated water '' containing salts and organic matter. It is said that it is a result that reinforces the hypothesis that water and organic matter were brought by asteroids falling to the earth.