Japan Series Round 2 Yakult vs. Orix draw
The second game of the Japan Series of professional baseball was held at Jingu Stadium on the night of the 23rd, and Orix took the lead and advanced the game, but Yakult caught up with the tie in the 9th inning and extended 12 innings. We got a draw. With this, the match result was Yakult's 1 win and 1 draw.
Naha mayoral election Newcomer, former deputy mayor of Naha City
In the Naha mayoral election, which was a battle between two newcomers, the former deputy mayor of Naha City, Mr. Satoshi Chinen (59), who was recommended by the Liberal Democratic Party and Komeito, was confirmed to be elected for the first time.
Was the woman spraying something like a spray? 7 people transported Saitama large commercial facility
On the night of the 23rd, there was a report that a woman suddenly sprayed something like a spray on a customer at a large commercial facility in Hanyu City, Saitama Prefecture, and seven people who complained of pain in their eyes and throats were taken to the hospital. Both cases are said to be mild, but the police are investigating the whereabouts of the woman.
Niigata mayoral election Incumbent Yaichi Nakahara wins for the second time
In the Niigata mayoral election, which was a battle between the incumbent and the newcomer, the second election of the independent and incumbent Yaichi Nakahara (63) was assured.
British Conservative Party leader election Former Finance Minister Sunak announces candidacy
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer Sunak has announced his candidacy for the leadership of the ruling Conservative Party to replace British Prime Minister Truss. Local media reports that Mr. Sunak met with former Prime Minister Johnson, who is a likely candidate, and there is a high level of interest in the trends of the two, with the deadline for candidacy on the night of the 24th Japan time.
"Local Character Expo" Characters gathered at the venue for the first time in 3 years Hikone, Shiga
The “Local Character Expo” was held in Hikone City, Shiga Prefecture, where local characters gathered from all over the country to promote their hometown.
Abduction Victims' Families Hold Large-Scale Gathering "There's No Time Left"
Twenty years have passed since the first Japan-North Korea summit meeting last month, when North Korea acknowledged the abduction of Japanese citizens. "There is no time left," he urged the government to realize a Japan-North Korea summit meeting as soon as possible, and called on North Korea to make a decision toward the return of all victims.
Opened a base for human resource development and information dissemination of digital art Shibuya, Tokyo
An opening ceremony was held on the 23rd of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government's base facility, which is responsible for human resource development and information dissemination of "digital art" using digital technology, in Shibuya Ward, Tokyo.
Speed skating Miho Takagi wins women's 1000m, three crowns
The final day of the All Japan Distance Championships, the opening round of the season for speed skating, was held on the final day, and Miho Takagi won the women's 1,000 meters with a time of 1:14.63, achieving her sixth consecutive victory. Takagi has achieved 3 crowns in this tournament.
Golf Japan OP college student Yasuka Semikawa wins first amateur in 95 years
The final round of the Japan Open, which decides the number one golfer in Japan, was held in Miki City, Hyogo Prefecture, and amateur university student Yasuka Semikawa won the tournament for the first time with a total of 10 under par. It is the first time in 95 years since the first tournament to win the Japan Open as an amateur.
In front of the Iranian embassy, Ukrainians and other protesters pointed out that the drone was provided
Ukrainians living in Japan and others protest in front of the Iranian embassy in Tokyo after it was pointed out that Iran was providing drones to Russia, which continues to invade Ukraine. opened.
Major League Phillies wins, one win away from advancing to World S
The major league playoffs will be held on the 22nd, two games of the league championship series will be held, and in the fourth game of the National League, the Phillies will beat the Padres, which Yu Darvish belongs to, 10 to 6, and the match record will be 3 wins and 1 loss. We are one win away from advancing to the World Series.
Shizuoka One month after record heavy rain Residents living on the second floor restarted in temporary housing
It has been a month since Typhoon No. 15 hit Shizuoka Prefecture with record heavy rain on the 23rd. In Shizuoka City, where large-scale flood damage occurred, some of the residents who were forced to live on the second floor because they could not use the first floor of their houses are moving to temporary housing and trying to rebuild. is also out.
All Japan Ski Jumping Championship Sara Takanashi and Ryoyu Kobayashi win
The All Japan Ski Jumping Championships were held in Nagano Prefecture just before the full-scale winter season, and Sara Takanashi won the women's championship, and Ryoyu Kobayashi won the men's championship. rice field.
Figure GP Series First Round Men's Single Yoshio Miura 2nd
The first round of the figure skating Grand Prix series, the American Tournament, was held on the 22nd in the second half of the men's single free, and Japan's Yoshio Miura updated his personal best and finished second. The winner was American Ilya Malinin who decided the quadruple accelerator.
Gusts such as tornadoes occur in Kaga, Ishikawa Prefecture Japan Meteorological Agency
At 2:25 pm, the Japan Meteorological Agency announced a ``tornado warning information'' for northern Kaga and southern Kaga in Ishikawa Prefecture, as gusts such as tornadoes are believed to have occurred in Kaga, Ishikawa Prefecture. According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, it seems that gusts such as tornadoes have occurred in northern Kaga and southern Kaga, Ishikawa Prefecture, and there is a risk of further occurrences in the future. A gust of wind, such as a tornado, occurs when a developed cumulonimbus cloud approaches. The Japan Meteorological Agency urges people to pay close attention to gusts of wind and secure safety inside sturdy buildings if there are signs of cumulonimbus approaching, such as thunder, sudden changes in wind, and hail.
Baby can't take a bath due to water outage... Instagram post saved mother
A 2-month-old baby bathing for the first time in 3 days was realized from an Instagram post that her mother happened to see. A month ago, Shizuoka City experienced a series of large-scale water outages due to heavy rain. It was the thoughts of midwives and other volunteers and the spread of social media posts that helped them save their families who were living in anxiety every day.
Xi Jinping elected to the top of the Chinese Communist Party for an unusual third term Xinhua News Agency
According to the Chinese state-run Xinhua News Agency, an important meeting of the Chinese Communist Party was held on the 23rd, and President Xi Jinping was elected as the top of the party. Xi, now 69, has broken the convention of his retirement age and entered an unprecedented third term as party leader.
Horse racing Seina Imamura wins 44th win, breaking the record for the most wins of a female jockey
JRA = 18-year-old Sena Imamura, a newcomer to the Japan Racing Association, won her 44th win this year at the race held at Niigata Racecourse on the 23rd, setting the record for the most wins for a JRA female jockey in her first year. Has been updated.
Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress Visit Okinawa to Attend the Opening Ceremony of the National Cultural Festival
Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress, who are visiting Okinawa Prefecture, attended the opening ceremony of the "National Cultural Festival" on the 23rd.
Rising prices Debate between ruling and opposition parties on how to support household budgets
Economic policy officials from the ruling and opposition parties exchanged opinions on how to support households during a Sunday debate on NHK, amid a record rise in prices.
Six months after the Shiretoko sightseeing boat accident, the search continues for six missing people
It has been 23 days and half a year since the tourist boat sank off the Shiretoko Peninsula in Hokkaido. The Coast Guard Headquarters and the police are still searching the coast of the peninsula for clues about the missing six people.
President Zelensky calls for power saving after attack on energy-related facilities
Ukrainian President Zelensky said, ``I want you to be conscious of using electricity,'' saying that the Russian army carried out a large-scale attack on energy-related facilities in various places on the 22nd, calling for power saving. About 1.5 million households have lost power so far, and there are growing concerns about the impact on the lives of citizens.
China to launch a new Supreme Leadership headed by President Xi Jinping
In China, following the closing of the Communist Party Congress, an important party meeting was held on the 23rd to elect the top leadership, and a new leadership was launched with President Xi Jinping, who is now in his third term, as the leader of the party. is expected to
Development of a system that can verify whether symptoms after vaccination are due to "vaccine"
A group at Kyushu University has developed a system that can compare and verify the effects and side effects of vaccines between vaccinated and non-vaccinated people. In Japan, the problem is that there is no system that can accurately check whether the symptoms that appear after vaccination are due to the vaccine, and we would like to use it to accurately check and increase trust.
Vatican announces two-year extension to bishop appointment agreement with China
The Vatican, the center of the Roman Catholic Church, announced on the 22nd that it has extended the provisional agreement with the Chinese government for two years regarding the method of appointing Catholic bishops in China. The focus will be on whether relations between the Vatican and China, which do not have a
Darvish League championship decision S Enthusiasm to start in the 5th round
Pitcher Yu Darvish of the Padres in the major leagues held an interview and talked about his enthusiasm for the start of the fifth round of the league championship series, which will be held the next day.
4 houses burned down 2 people died Can't get in touch with elderly couple Miyazaki Nobeoka
Late at night on the 22nd, there was a fire in Nobeoka City, Miyazaki Prefecture, where four buildings including houses were burned down, and two people were found dead from the burnt ruins. The couple, aged 90 and 84, have been lost since the fire and police are trying to identify them.
4 buildings including houses burnt down Can't get in touch with elderly couple Miyazaki Nobeoka
Late at night on the 22nd, there was a fire in Nobeoka City, Miyazaki Prefecture that burned down four houses, including an elderly couple, and the police and fire department are confirming their safety.
A new ``sex education'' seminar at the University of Tokyo planned by students
This month, a new "sex education" seminar started at the University of Tokyo. It was planned by students who wanted to relearn a wide range of knowledge about sex and awareness of human rights, and it is also recognized as credit.
[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)
UK Conservative party leadership election exceeds 100 MPs supporting Sunak
Local media reported that more than 100 lawmakers supporting former Finance Minister Sunak have surpassed the 100 required to run for the leadership of the ruling Conservative Party to replace British Prime Minister Truss. On the other hand, more than 50 people have announced their support for former Prime Minister Johnson, who is rumored to be a candidate, so the focus is on whether he can secure the necessary nominations by the deadline on the 24th.
About 1.5 million homes without power due to Russian military attack Evacuation urged in Kherson province
In Ukraine, attacks on energy-related facilities by the Russian military continued on the 22nd, and the impact on the lives of citizens is expanding, including power outages in about 1.5 million homes in seven provinces. On the other hand, in the southern province of Kherson, as the Ukrainian army intensifies its reversal offensive, the ruling pro-Russian faction calls on SNS to immediately evacuate the residents of the central city of Kherson, further heightening tensions.
China's Communist Party to launch new Supreme Leader Xi Jinping secures third term
The Communist Party of China will hold an important meeting of the party on the 23rd following the closing of the party convention and decide on personnel such as the new top leadership. With President Xi Jinping set to enter an unprecedented third term as party leader, the new top leadership is expected to be dominated by people with close ties to Xi.
Their Majesties visit Okinawa and talk with attendees of the ceremony commemorating the 50th anniversary of the reversion to Japan
Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress are visiting Okinawa Prefecture for the first time since their accession to the throne on the 22nd to attend the opening ceremony of the "National Cultural Festival" and other events. On the night of the 22nd, I had a meeting with people involved in the commemorative ceremony for the 50th anniversary of Okinawa's reversion to the mainland, which was held in May this year.
Half a year after the sinking of the Shiretoko sightseeing boat, restore data such as electronic devices
It has been 23 days and half a year since the tourist boat sank off the Shiretoko Peninsula in Hokkaido. Along with appraisal of the salvaged hull, the Japan Coast Guard will proceed to identify the cause of the accident by restoring data on evidence items such as electronic devices found so far.