Soccer J1 Yokohama F. Marinos loses to Jubilo Iwata and carries over the championship
Soccer J1 leader Yokohama F. Marinos lost 0-1 in the match against Jubilo Iwata on the 12th, and the championship will be decided after the 29th of this month.
CS Final Round 1 Yakult wins Hanshin 7-1
Professional baseball, the Central League's climax series final stage started on the 12th, and Yakult won Hanshin 7-1 in the Central League's first round. Yakult made the match record 2 wins and 0 losses, including 1 win of the advantage given to the winning team.
CS Final Round 1 Orix wins Softbank 5-0
Orix defeated Softbank 5-0 in the first round of the final stage of the Pacific League climax series of professional baseball. Orix recorded a record of 2 wins and 0 losses, including one victory given to the winning team.
China President Xi strengthens the view that he will enter an unusual third term before the Communist Party Congress
The Chinese Communist Party held an important meeting ahead of its five-year party congress and released a communiqué with the slogan "Two Establishments" to show its loyalty to President Xi Jinping. It is certain that the Party Constitution will be amended at the Party Congress in a way that will further enhance Xi's authority, and there is a growing view that Xi will enter an unprecedented third term as the party's top leader.
Putin Nord Stream Gas Leak “Involved in Rice, etc.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks at an international forum on energy-related issues in Moscow on the 12th. In it, Putin said of the gas leak that occurred in the Nord Stream, a gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea that connects Russia and Germany, "There is no doubt that it is an act of terrorism." It is the work of those who do it. It is the United States that benefits," and criticized the United States and others for their involvement. He also reiterated that the explosion on the bridge leading to Crimea in southern Ukraine was an act of terrorism by Ukrainian intelligence.
What looks like a human bone is found in an implant near Osaka USJ
On the afternoon of the 12th, something like a human bone was found in a plant near the theme park "Universal Studios Japan" in Osaka, and the police decided to proceed with the appraisal.
[Details] Obligation to install safety devices to prevent abandonment of school buses
Following the death of a 3-year-old girl who was left in a school bus in Shizuoka Prefecture, the government has compiled emergency measures to prevent a recurrence. It includes obliging the installation of safety devices on shuttle buses such as kindergartens. We have summarized the details of the emergency measures and the efforts of each region to prevent the recurrence of the incident.
"Railway freight" is now attracting attention Infiltrate Japan's largest freight station Shinagawa, Tokyo
October 14th marks the 150th anniversary of the opening of railways in Japan. Railways have continued to carry not only people but also "freight". Now, as the situation surrounding logistics changes dramatically, attention is once again focused on rail freight. Shigefumi Goto, a reporter who loves railways, went undercover. (The content was broadcast on the 5 o'clock news on October 12th.)
"Epsilon 6" launch failure JAXA press conference [detailed Q&A]
Japan's small rocket "Epsilon" No. 6 was launched from the Uchinoura Space Observatory in Kagoshima Prefecture around 9:50 am on the 12th, but due to an abnormality in the rocket, a signal was sent to destroy the aircraft. Launch failed. In response to this, JAXA = Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency held a press conference. In this, Director Hiroshi Yamakawa said, "We decided that the rocket's attitude had deviated from its target and could not be put into orbit around the earth, so we sent a 'order destruction signal.' We deeply apologize for not being able to meet the expectations of everyone involved with the onboard satellite." After that, JAXA explained the situation known so far. What kind of anomaly happened, and what impact will it have on the future? Summarize the points of the meeting.
Government obliges to install safety devices on shuttle buses to prevent abandonment
Following the incident in Shizuoka Prefecture where a 3-year-old girl died after being left behind on a school bus, the government announced that from April next year, approximately 44,000 buses for daycare centers and kindergartens nationwide will be equipped with safety devices. We have compiled emergency measures to prevent recurrence, including mandatory installation.
Liberal Democratic Party Former Minister of Administrative Reform Murakami who said "national bandit" was suspended from the party for one year
The Liberal Democratic Party has decided to suspend the position of the party for one year, saying that former Minister of State for Administrative Reform Murakami, who said that former Prime Minister Abe was ``a bandit,'' was an act of degrading the dignity of party members.
Nationwide travel support Suspension of acceptance in some municipalities as early as reservation slots filled
About the government's tourism demand stimulus measure "National Travel Support" that started on the 11th, travel agencies etc. have stopped accepting reservations for travel products in some local governments, etc. In just over a day since the system started. , Many of the reservations are filled up.
The main hall of Shokoji Temple will be designated as a national treasure, and the Nagoya TV Tower will be designated as an important cultural property.
The main hall of Shokoji Temple in Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture, which is one of the representative temples of the late Edo period, has been newly designated as a National Treasure.
Major League Playoff District S Darvish's Padres loses first match
In the major leagues, the playoff district series began on the 11th, and the first four games were played. Among them, in the National League, the Padres, which Yu Darvish belongs to, lost to the Dodgers and dropped the first game. In the district series, the team that wins 3 out of 5 games advances to the league championship series.
NHK coverage team succeeded in filming wrinkled coral breeding behavior off the coast of Kagoshima
For the first time, NHK's underwater reporting team captured the moment when wrinkled coral, a type of coral that lives in the warm seas of Okinawa and Kagoshima and is characterized by a wave-like shape, releases sperm. According to experts, this is the first time in Japan that the breeding behavior has been filmed.
Why do you say "I don't know"?
"It seems that all Kansai women give candy, but I don't know." "Kansai people say, 'Come pick me up.' Why do you use "I don't know" at the end of this? A reporter from Kansai and a director from Kanto conducted a thorough investigation. Origin of "I don't know" It is now used all over the country. Some say "magic words". I will take you to the world of "I don't know" that you don't know. (Osaka Broadcasting Station Why What? Interview Team Hikari Kitamori Tokuji Iesaka)
World University Rankings University of Tokyo 39th, Kyoto University 68th
The British educational magazine "Times Higher Education" has announced the latest world university rankings, and the University of Tokyo, which ranked highest among Japanese universities, ranked 39th, followed by Kyoto University, which ranked 68th. Ranked lower than last year.
Japan and South Korea's foreign ministry officials discuss North Korea's repeated missile launches
As North Korea repeatedly launches ballistic missiles, senior officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs held discussions with high-ranking South Korean officials in Seoul on countermeasures, and continued Japan-ROK and Japan-U.S.-ROK trilateral efforts toward the realization of complete denuclearization of North Korea. confirmed to work closely with
The maximum speed is 120 km Tohoku Expressway Iwatsuki IC ~ near Sano Fujioka IC
On the Tohoku Expressway, the maximum speed in the section near the Iwatsuki Interchange in Saitama Prefecture and near the Sano Fujioka Interchange in Tochigi Prefecture was raised to 120 kilometers from the 12th.
Hiroshima new coach Takahiro Arai ``Create a team that is exciting to watch'' inauguration press conference
On the 12th, Takahiro Arai, who was appointed as the new manager of professional baseball in Hiroshima, spoke at a press conference in Hiroshima City, saying, "I want to create a team that is strong and exciting for fans."
Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno “Request for dissolution order of religious corporation Need to judge carefully”
Regarding the request by lawyers and others to the government to request a "order to dissolve" the former Unification Church based on the Religious Corporations Law, Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno said, from the viewpoint of freedom of religion, based on past legal precedents, It showed the recognition that it is necessary to judge carefully.
Expressing the world of "Ghibli" "Ghibli Park" to open next month Aichi
The inside of Ghibli Park, which expresses the world of Studio Ghibli's works, was released to the press on the 12th, before it opened next month in Nagakute City, Aichi Prefecture.
Prime Minister Kishida “Electricity rate support system: a clear mechanism to reduce the burden on the people”
Prime Minister Kishida held talks with the chairman of the Federation of Electric Power Companies, etc. regarding a new support system to ease the burden of electricity charges, which is a pillar of the comprehensive economic measures, and confirmed that the support money from the national government would steadily reduce the burden on the people. He emphasized his desire to create a system that connects, and asked for the cooperation of business operators.
US President Biden: “Putin made a big mistake”
President Biden of the United States has shown the view that President Putin of Russia, who continues to invade Ukraine, is ``a person who acts rationally, but has greatly misjudged the situation.'' I once again criticized the fact that I declared to
Missile attacks on various parts of Ukraine continue, negotiations on strengthening NATO support
On the 11th, the Russian military carried out a large-scale missile attack on various parts of Ukraine, and the casualties of civilians continue to increase. NATO = North Atlantic Treaty Organization Secretary General Stoltenberg criticized that ``Russia is increasingly conducting terrifying and indiscriminate attacks on civilians and critical infrastructure facilities,'' and on the 12th It is said that a defense ministers' meeting will be held to discuss strengthening support for Ukraine.
IT major Meta to release the latest VR terminal Expected to increase use at work
Meta, a major American IT company, has announced that it will release a new VR terminal that can read the movement of the user's eyes with a camera and make the facial expressions of the virtual space on the Internet (metaverse), an avatar, more realistic. Did.
“President Biden intends to reassess ties with Saudi Arabia,” US official
A senior official of the Biden administration in the United States said that OPEC Plus, which includes oil-producing countries such as Russia in OPEC, such as Saudi Arabia, has decided to significantly reduce crude oil production from next month. He made it clear that he intends to reassess the relationship.
Japan's rocket "Epsilon" launch failure Destruction command from the ground
Japan's small rocket "Epsilon" No. 6 was launched from the Uchinoura Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture around 9:50 am on the 12th, but trouble occurred during the ascent and a signal was sent to destroy the aircraft. and the launch failed.
JR Chuo Line rapid service restart
The JR Chuo Line rapid train had been suspended due to the accident that occurred at Musashi-Koganei Station, but it resumed operation on the entire line around 9:28 am.
Yen exchange rate falls to the 146 yen level against the US dollar, the first time in about 24 years that the weak yen level has been renewed
In the Tokyo foreign exchange market on the 12th, the yen exchange rate fell to the 146 yen level against the US dollar, marking the first time since 1998 that the yen has depreciated for the first time in about 24 years.
Former Angels employee sentenced to 22 years in prison for providing medical drugs to player
A Texas court has accused the former Angels team of illegally obtaining and providing drugs that caused the death of a key pitcher for the Angels in 2019. The employee was sentenced to 22 years in prison.
JR Chuo Line rapid train suspension of operation on the upper and lower lines from Tokyo to Takao
The JR Chuo Line rapid train has suspended operation on the up and down lines between Tokyo Station and Takao Station due to the accident that occurred at Musashi-Koganei Station in Koganei City, Tokyo.
Three years after Typhoon Hagibis, more than 300 people are still living in temporary housing, etc. Continuing support is a challenge
In 12 days, it will be three years since Typhoon No. 19 caused record-breaking rainfall. A total of 125 people died or are missing, and among them, the number of people who died after the disaster and were recognized as disaster-related deaths increased by two in Fukushima Prefecture over the past year, reaching 31 people. In addition, although the number of people forced to live in temporary housing has decreased significantly, it still exceeds 300 people, and the continuation of support is an issue.
[Updated as needed] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on October 12)
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 12th (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)
A post that suggests involvement in the Sapporo female college student's body abandonment incident
A 53-year-old suspect who was arrested for abandoning the body of a female university student who was found in an apartment in Sapporo has tweeted that he is involved in the incident, saying, "I will hold a memorial service properly." I found that there was a post that could Police are still investigating the details of the incident.
20 years after the Bali terrorist attack Continue to monitor the activities of terrorist organizations Strengthen countermeasures
On the 12th, it will be 20 years since the bomb attack by a terrorist organization that killed 202 people, including Japanese, in Bali, Indonesia. The Indonesian police are still vigilant about the movement, saying that the activities by the terrorist organization are continuing.
G7 Leaders Statement: Indiscriminate attacks on innocent civilians amount to war crimes
G7 = The leaders of the seven major countries held an emergency online meeting in response to Russia's large-scale missile attack on Ukraine, and in a statement released after the meeting, ``Indiscriminate attacks on innocent civilians are war crimes. It was strongly criticized as equivalent to
Increase in defense spending 55% ``yes'' NHK poll
While the government is considering increasing the defense budget in order to drastically strengthen its defense capabilities, 55% of the respondents were in favor of increasing the defense budget, while 29% were opposed to it, according to an NHK public opinion poll. I was.