Speed skating World Cup women's 1500m Miho Takagi wins consecutive wins to "5"
The first race of the speed skating World Cup this season was held in Norway on the 12th, and Miho Takagi, who holds the world record for this event, won the women's 1500m with a time of 1:56.55.
Prime Minister Kishida meets with Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen Is it a check against China?
Is it a movement that can be said to be a restraint on China? Prime Minister Kishida attended a summit meeting with Cambodia, which is said to take a pro-China stance, and confirmed the strengthening of cooperation in the field of security.
We beat table tennis Biu, Hirano Mima Ito, and advance to the semifinals Paris Olympics representative selection meeting
In the Paris Olympics, the singles tournament, which also served as the Japanese table tennis selection event, was held in Funabashi City, Chiba Prefecture.
If CO2 emissions continue at current levels, the average temperature could rise by more than 1.5 degrees in nine years
Analysis that the world's carbon dioxide emissions are expected to increase by 1% compared to last year, and that if the current level of emissions continues, the average global temperature may rise by more than 1.5 degrees in nine years. announced by a group of research institutes in each country.
[Updated as needed] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 12th)
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 7-hour time difference between Japan and Ukraine, and a 6-hour time difference with Moscow, Russia.)
US-China trade conflict over ASEAN
US President Biden is visiting Cambodia to attend a series of conferences in Southeast Asia that will bring together world leaders. After this, I plan to attend a summit meeting with ASEAN = Association of Southeast Asian Nations, and I would like to confirm the strengthening of cooperation with each country and counter China, which is increasing its influence in the region.
Move to lower floating interest rates on housing loans due to rising housing prices and inflation
As housing prices continue to rise and commodity prices continue to rise, and the need to take out loans with lower interest rates increases, financial institutions are starting to lower interest rates on home loans to attract customers.
Photos taken by photographer Michio Hoshino, confirmed 6 photos such as snowfields and animals
Photographer Michio Hoshino, who passed away 26 years ago during his coverage of the nature and people of the far north, has found a film that seems to have been taken a year before his death. Snowfields and polar bears, which are thought to be Canada at that time, are shown, and experts say, ``It is a valuable photo that allows you to know the changes in the earth over the past 26 years.''
Ukrainian army's momentum to recapture important southern bases President appeals
Ukrainian President Zelensky has appealed that a part of the military has entered the capital of the southern province of Kherson, and is showing momentum to recapture the important southern strongholds that Russia has controlled since immediately after the invasion.
Small and medium-sized enterprises and farms across the country continue to devise measures to increase profitability amid rising prices
Prices of goods traded between companies continue to rise. The Bank of Japan's preliminary corporate goods price index for October rose 9.1% from the same month a year earlier. The index was 117.5, with the average for 2020 set at 100, reaching a record high for the seventh consecutive month. Under these circumstances, small and medium-sized enterprises are making efforts to increase the added value of their products and increase their earning power in response to soaring raw material prices.
The Pacific side of western Japan to eastern Japan will be unstable in the atmosphere tomorrow.
Due to the effects of moist air and low pressure, the atmospheric conditions are expected to become very unstable mainly in western Japan and the Pacific side of eastern Japan from the 13th. The Japan Meteorological Agency is urging people to pay close attention to localized heavy rain, lightning strikes, and gusts of wind such as tornadoes.
Heading to the Japan-South Korea summit tomorrow For the first time in about three years, there is no progress toward improving relations
It was decided that Prime Minister Kishida will hold a summit meeting with South Korean President Yoon Seong-yeol on the 13th in Cambodia, where he is visiting. It will be the first formal meeting between the leaders of Japan and South Korea in about three years, and the focus is on whether progress will be made on pending issues between the two countries toward improving relations.
Prime Minister Kishida attends ASEAN summit, worried about China's attempt to change the status quo
Prime Minister Kishida, who is visiting Cambodia, attended a summit meeting with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). He appears to have expressed serious concern over attempts to unilaterally change the status quo by using power in the East and South China Seas, with China in mind, and called for cooperation.
[Video] Event to dress up as an alien at "UFO no Sato" Iino Town, Fukushima City
An event was held in which people dressed as aliens held a parade in Iino-cho, Fukushima City, which is working on town development as a "UFO village".
U.S. Midterm Elections Senate has 2 seats left; victory or defeat in western Nevada is the immediate focus
Three days into the U.S. midterm elections, the majority of both houses of Congress are still unknown. Of the two remaining seats in the Senate, the southern state of Georgia will have a runoff vote, so the outcome of the victory or defeat in the western state of Nevada is the immediate focus.
[Video] A 136-year-old steam locomotive is open to the public Koto Ward, Tokyo
A 136-year-old steam locomotive, which is said to have become the cornerstone of Japanese railways, is open to the public in Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo.
Interaction with the Pope Emperor Showa's Personal Letters and Christian Letters Found
A group of experts investigating materials related to exchanges between Japan and the Vatican, where the Vatican is located, held a symposium in Tokyo and reported that a new personal letter exchanged between the Pope and Emperor Showa was confirmed. .
A police officer accidentally fires one live ammunition in the station, and the person himself is lightly injured Chiba Kashiwa
On the morning of the 12th, a police officer accidentally fired a live bullet from a handgun at a place where handguns were stored at the Kashiwa Police Station in Kashiwa City, Chiba Prefecture, causing a minor injury to his hand. Checking it up.
Freshly harvested “Echizen crab” sold at morning market Fukui
The first weekend since snow crab fishing was lifted, Echizen Town in Fukui Prefecture has started its annual morning market selling freshly caught Echizen crab.
Prime Minister Kishida ``strongly supports the Indo-Pacific concept'' Concept of cooperation ASEAN+3
During his visit to Cambodia, Prime Minister Kishida strongly supported ASEAN's Indo-Pacific vision, which included respect for international law, at the ASEAN = Association of Southeast Asian Nations and the Japan-China-Korea Trilateral Summit. He also expressed his intention to promote concrete cooperation.
IAEA official visits Iran to discuss issues over nuclear development Will the situation improve?
Regarding Iran's nuclear development, the IAEA = International Atomic Energy Agency has revealed that senior officials will visit Iran by the end of this month to hold discussions, and as negotiations for the nuclear agreement stall, there is growing interest in whether it will lead to an improvement in the situation. increase.
Speed skating World Cup opening round Women's 500m Miho Takagi 3rd place
This season's World Cup for speed skating has started, and in the women's 500 meters, Miho Takagi, who won the silver medal in this event at the Beijing Olympics, finished third with a time of 38.17 seconds.
Japan women's soccer team loses to world No. 4 England in warm-up match
Japan's women's soccer team "Nadeshiko Japan" lost 0-4 against European powerhouse England in a warm-up match for the World Cup to be held next year.
Soccer World Cup Japan national team start training in Qatar
In preparation for the World Cup Qatar tournament, which will start on the 20th of this month, the Japanese national team players began full-scale practice locally on the 11th, and Yuto Nagatomo said, "Enter the battlefield and be proud." I feel it. If I'm going to do it, I want to aim for the championship," he said enthusiastically.
Bulk search across prefectures for ``lost items'' managed by police Starting next year in 10 prefectures
Regarding "lost items" managed by the police, the National Police Agency will integrate the information handled by the police of each prefecture, develop a system that can be searched collectively anywhere, and will start in some prefectures from next year.
President Biden Speech at "COP27" Announced Expansion of Support for Climate Change Countermeasures
President Biden of the United States made a speech at the United Nations climate change conference "COP27" held in Egypt, emphasizing the efforts of the United States to invest a huge amount of money in domestic and overseas climate change countermeasures, and to developing countries. He announced the expansion of aid and emphasized the importance of global efforts to combat climate change.
U.S. midterm elections: Both Houses and Senate do not reveal much ``may take time''
With the midterm elections in the United States just three days away from the start of counting votes, the majority of both houses of Congress are still unknown. Regarding the House of Representatives, the US media said that although the opposition Republican Party is expected to secure a majority, the difference in the number of seats with the ruling Democratic Party will be small, and ``It will take time to find out the majority. It is possible,” he says.
Personal letters exchanged between the Pope and Emperor Showa kept in the Vatican
In 1952, when Japan regained its sovereignty after the war, it turned out that several personal letters exchanged between the Pope and Emperor Showa were kept in the Vatican. The Pope celebrated the restoration of Japan's sovereignty, and Emperor Showa expressed his gratitude. I think it's a valuable historical document.
“Scholarship for promotion” annual income “approximate amount is 3 million yen”
A review committee of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology agreed to set the annual income at which full-scale repayment begins to be 3 million yen as a guideline for "scholarships for career advancement," which are paid according to income after graduation. The government plans to consider detailed systems based on factors such as financial resources.
Prime Minister Kishida leaves for Southeast Asia, delayed by 10 hours due to resignation of Minister of Justice
Prime Minister Kishida left Japan in the early hours of the 12th to attend the summit meeting with ASEAN held in Southeast Asia. Prior to departure, Prime Minister Kishida revealed that he was making arrangements to hold summit meetings with China and South Korea respectively.