Table tennis world championship women's group Japan loses to China in the silver medal final
In the women's final of the team table tennis world championships held in China, Japan lost 0-3 to China, who ranked first in the world, and won the silver medal for the fourth consecutive tournament.
“National Travel Assistance” is a new measure to stimulate tourism demand introduced nationwide by the government. We have summarized the contents of the support, how to apply, and the challenges.
Soccer J1 leader Yokohama F. Marinos loses championship decision postponed
Soccer J1 leaders Yokohama F. Marinos lost their match against Gamba Osaka 0-2 on the 8th, and the championship will be decided after the 12th.
Shogi Ryuo match 1st station Sota Fujii five crowns lose to challenger Hirose 8th dan
The first round of the "Ryuo Battle", the highest peak of the eight major shogi titles, was held, and Sota Fujii five crowns (20), who was defending the title, lost to the challenger Akihito Hirose 8th Dan (35), and started with a loss. rice field.
Short track skating domestic opener, women's 500m Junrei Kikuchi wins 5th consecutive victory
In the skating short track, the domestic opening game of this season began in Nagano Prefecture on the 8th, and Junrei Kikuchi, the representative of the Beijing Olympics in February, won the women's 500 meters for the fifth time in a row.
Figure Japan OP Shoma Uno contributes to Japan's victory with the top score
Shoma Uno, who won the men's singles figure skating world championship last season, participated in the regional competition as a member of the Japanese team and contributed to Japan's victory with the top score among the competitors.
Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force and U.S. nuclear-powered aircraft carrier conduct joint training, Ministry of Defense announced
The Ministry of Defense announced that the Maritime Self-Defense Force and the U.S. Navy's nuclear-powered aircraft carrier are conducting joint exercises in waters surrounding Japan, including the Sea of Japan. It is said that it will strengthen the deterrence of the Japan-US alliance as North Korea repeatedly launches ballistic missiles.
Professional baseball Central League CS Round 1 Hanshin wins DeNA
Hanshin defeated DeNA 2-0 in the first stage of the first stage of the climax series of professional baseball, the Central League, and advanced to the final stage.
Traditional event "deer antler cutting" held for the first time in 3 years Nara Park
For the first time in three years, the traditional autumn event of cutting off deer antlers was held at Nara Park in Nara City, attracting a large number of visitors.
Road collapse on Ome Kaido in Suginami Ward, Tokyo Bus wheels get stuck
On the afternoon of the 8th, there was a problem in which a part of the road collapsed on the Ome Kaido in Suginami Ward, Tokyo, and the wheels of a route bus got stuck.
TPP Committee No specific mention of China or Taiwan's application for membership
A meeting of the "TPP Committee" was held in Singapore by ministers in charge of 11 countries participating in the TPP = Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. Although there was no specific mention of new applications for accession from China, Taiwan, etc., he said that he would continue to respond according to the criteria such as whether he would meet the high-level rules of the TPP, and future negotiations are expected to have twists and turns. increase.
Professional baseball Pacific League CS Round 1 Softbank wins Seibu
Softbank beat Seibu 5 to 3 in the first stage of the first stage of the Pacific League climax series in professional baseball.
Bank of Japan Governor Kuroda continues to steer difficult as the yen weakens in the remaining half of his term
Bank of Japan Governor Kuroda's term ends on October 8, with half a year remaining. Governor Kuroda has indicated that he intends to continue with large-scale monetary easing in order to support the economy even when the inflation rate exceeds the target of 2%. As the yen continues to depreciate, we will have to navigate the remaining six months in a difficult direction.
Fire on Crimea Bridge connecting Crimea and southern Russia
Eight years ago, on the 8th, a big fire broke out on the "Crimean Bridge" that connects Crimea in southern Ukraine and southern Russia, which Russia unilaterally annexed.
150th anniversary of railway opening Commemorative event Tokyo Hibiya Park
In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the opening of Japan's first railway, an event was held in a park in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo where visitors could trace the history of the railway, and it was crowded with many railway fans.
Major League Playoff Darvish starts 7th inning, 1 goal Padres wins
The major league playoffs began on the 7th, and in the first round of the district series advance decision game, the Padres won the pitcher with one goal in seven innings, with pitcher Yu Darvish starting, and defeated the Mets comfortably.
South America Chile Easter Island wildfire damage to moai statues
A wildfire broke out on Easter Island in Chile, South America, and it seems that the giant stone statues known as Moai statues, which are known as symbols of the island, have also been damaged. It is something that cannot be repaired because it will be damaged,” he expressed concern.
About 4.4 million yen defrauded for the cost of returning to Earth from space Investigation in fraud case
A woman in Shiga Prefecture was defrauded out of about 4.4 million yen in cash on the pretext of paying for a rocket to return to Earth after being told by a person claiming to be a foreigner working on the International Space Station that she would like her to marry her when she arrives in Japan. It turned out that the police were investigating it as a fraud case.
Shizuoka Oigawa Railway Ikawa Line Partial section resumed operation for the first time in 15 days Impact of heavy rain
Of the Oigawa Railway in Shizuoka Prefecture, which continues to be suspended due to the record heavy rain of Typhoon No. 15, the Igawa Line, which runs through the mountains, has resumed operation for the first time in 15 days after removing earth and sand from the tracks in some sections. Did.
North Korea ``closely watching'' training of US nuclear-powered aircraft carrier
North Korea's Ministry of Defense released a statement criticizing the maneuver training by the US and South Korean forces that has been underway since the 7th after the US military's nuclear-powered aircraft carrier was deployed again in the Sea of Japan. We are closely monitoring the situation," he said.
Ukraine intensifies its reversal offensive;
Two mass graves where many people are believed to have been killed and buried have been found in Liman, a strategic town in the eastern Donetsk province that Ukrainian forces recaptured from Russian forces earlier this month. Under these circumstances, Ukrainian President Zelensky emphasized that he would strengthen the reversal offensive after saying that he had released nearly 800 square kilometers of territory in the east this week alone.
US semiconductor related products that can be diverted to military use Strengthen export controls for China
The Biden administration in the United States has announced that it will strengthen export controls for China on semiconductor-related products that can be diverted to weapons of mass destruction and the latest military systems. As the battle for supremacy between the United States and China intensifies in the high-tech field as well, the aim is to curb China's development of supercomputers and its ability to manufacture cutting-edge semiconductors.
UN report ``North Korea preparing for 7th nuclear test''
A UN panel of experts investigating the implementation of sanctions against North Korea has compiled an interim report, stating that North Korea is preparing for its seventh nuclear test.
North Korea opposes the resolution of the UN agency “A strategy to isolate and suppress our country”
North Korea issued a statement criticizing the United Nations for adopting a resolution condemning the launch of ballistic missiles by North Korea. I am rebelling.
Smuggling petroleum products to North Korea by "ship-to-ship" US sanctions 3 groups and 2 people
As North Korea launches ballistic missiles one after another, the US government freezes the assets of three organizations and two people for smuggling petroleum products to North Korea by means of ship-to-ship transfers of cargo. and other sanctions were imposed.
“Sakhalin-1 operations to Russian companies” signed by President Putin
Russia's President Vladimir Putin has signed a presidential decree ordering the transfer of the oil and natural gas development project "Sakhalin-1" off the coast of Sakhalin in the Far East of Russia in which major Japanese trading companies are participating. did.
[Updated as needed] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on October 8)
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 developments regarding the situation in Ukraine on the 8th (Japan time), including 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)
City council protests over nursery school closing procedure Mayor resigns Tokyo Koganei
Shinichiro Nishioka, the mayor of Koganei City, Tokyo, said on the 7th that he had received opposition from the city council over the procedure for closing some public nursery schools, and said, "It confused the council and caused anxiety in the municipal administration." I offered and agreed to resign. I am planning to resign on the 14th of this month.
Professional baseball CS first stage from today
The first stage of the professional baseball and climax series will begin on the 8th in both the Central and Pacific leagues. In the Central League, 2nd place, DeNA, and 3rd place, Hanshin, and in the Pacific League, 2nd place, Softbank, and 3rd place, Seibu will play.
One month until the US midterm elections, the House of Representatives is Republican, and the Senate is close?
In eight days, it will be one month until the midterm elections, which will determine the future direction of American politics. In addition to the view that the opposition Republican party is dominant in the House of Representatives, the Senate is in a fierce battle to secure a majority.
Ukrainian parliament adopts “Resolution confirming the Northern Territories as Japanese territories”
On the 7th, the Ukrainian parliament adopted a resolution confirming that the Northern Territories were Japanese territories occupied by Russia. It seems that there is an aim to strengthen the pressure on Russia by doing so.
Nobel Peace Prize criticized in Ukraine
While people in Ukraine are delighted that the former Soviet Union's Belarusian human rights activist and the human rights groups of Russia and Ukraine have been selected for this year's Nobel Peace Prize, government officials are calling for a military invasion. There have also been critical reactions to receiving the award jointly with a Russian organization that continues to do so.
NHK Myanmar News Site
The "Italian Award", which is given to the world's best TV programs, was announced, and the NHK website, which reports on the situation in Myanmar, where the military continues to oppress citizens, was selected as a special prize.
White paper on karoshi Depression factors Increase in male “continuous work” and female “bullying”
The contents of this year's ``karoshi white paper'' have been clarified, and as a result of analyzing the trends of those who have developed depression and have been recognized as work-related accidents, the industry category includes ``medical and welfare'' and ``construction''. In addition, it is pointed out that there is a difference in the factors of onset between men and women, and that it is necessary to take measures according to each individual.