Former Japan national team Masafumi Nakayama appointed as manager of J3 Azul Claro Numazu
Masafumi Nakayama, a former Japanese national team coach who was once the coach of Jubilo Iwata, who were relegated to J2, has been appointed as the manager of J3 side Azul Claro Numazu.
Kumamoto mayoral election Kazufumi Onishi, the incumbent, is sure to be elected for the third time.
The Kumamoto mayoral election, which was a battle between the incumbent and the three newcomers, has ensured that the incumbent Kazufumi Onishi (54), who was recommended by the Liberal Democratic Party and the Komeito, will be elected for the third time.
Prime Minister Kishida attends East Asia Summit and criticizes China by name
Prime Minister Kishida, who is visiting Cambodia, attended the East Asia Summit attended by ASEAN countries, the United States, China, Russia, etc., and pointed out that China is continuing and strengthening its activities in the East China Sea that violate Japan's sovereignty. criticized.
Ukrainian forces recapture Kherson Oblast, Russia meets with Iran
Ukrainian forces are trying to recapture areas unilaterally annexed by Russia, including Kherson, the capital of southern Kherson province. On the other hand, Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to have a telephone conversation with Iranian President Raisi to further strengthen relations with Iran against the West.
Japan-Korea Summit Meeting Begins for the First Time in 3 Years
Prime Minister Kishida is in Cambodia, where he is visiting, and is attending a summit meeting with South Korean President Yoon Sung-yeol. It is the first formal meeting between the leaders of Japan and South Korea in about three years, and it is believed that they are exchanging opinions on pending issues between the two countries, such as the issue of "recruitment."
East Asia Summit Discussions on North Korea and Ukraine
The East Asia Summit was held in Cambodia, where member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Japan, the United States, China, and Russia also participate. You can
Yokozuna Terunofuji Diagnosis requiring rest until the 30th of this month due to injuries to both knees
At the Grand Sumo Tournament Kyushu Place, which started on the 13th, the Japan Sumo Association announced a medical certificate that it is expected that Yokozuna Terunofuji, who has been closed since the first day, will need to rest until the 30th of this month due to injuries to both knees.
Prime Minister Kishida meets with US President Biden to exchange views on strengthening Japan-US alliance
Prime Minister Kishida met with President Biden of the United States during his visit to Cambodia. With the security environment in East Asia becoming increasingly severe due to China's increasingly hegemonic movements, the two leaders seem to have exchanged views on further strengthening the deterrence and response capabilities of the Japan-US alliance.
Fujiko Fujio A's "Manga Road" Special Exhibition at the Tokiwa-so Restoration Facility
A special exhibition on the theme of "Manga Road", an autobiographical work by manga artist Fujiko Fujio A, who passed away in April this year, is being held in Toshima Ward, Tokyo.
Soccer J1 entry play-off Kyoto Sanga Remaining decision with a draw
J1's Kyoto Sanga played a 1-1 draw with J2's Roasso Kumamoto to decide to stay in J1.
Firefighters gather from all over Japan for training
The largest-ever drill of the "Emergency Fire Relief Team" was held in Shizuoka Prefecture, assuming the occurrence of a Nankai Trough megathrust earthquake. Approximately 3,000 volunteers from all 47 prefectures gathered for the drill and confirmed how to reach the affected areas.
Japan booth at COP27 pavilion Exhibiting the latest technologies such as decarbonization
At the venue of COP27, the United Nations conference on climate change countermeasures being held in Egypt, pavilions were set up by participating countries and international organizations, and the latest efforts on decarbonization and mitigation of damage caused by climate change were introduced. increase.
Preserved winter food Mackerel sushi preparation work The impact of soaring prices Fukui
In Katsuyama City, Fukui Prefecture, preparation work for mackerel narezushi, a traditional preserved winter food, is being carried out.
Prime Minister Kishida ``will not tolerate Russia's threat of nuclear weapons'' talks with Prime Minister of Vietnam
Prime Minister Kishida held talks with Prime Minister Pham Minh Trinh of Vietnam, conveying his position that the threat of nuclear weapons by Russia, which continues to invade Ukraine, is unacceptable, and called on the international community to work together.
Bomber and fighter collide in mid-air at US air show, both crash
At an air show held in the southern state of Texas in the United States, an accident occurred in which a bomber and a fighter during World War II collided in the air and crashed. It is not known how many people were on board or how many were injured.
Hyogo Tatsuno City Start disposal of more than 40,000 bird flu birds at a poultry farm
On the 12th, chickens were found dead one after another at a poultry farm in Tatsuno City, Hyogo Prefecture, and avian influenza virus was detected as a result of genetic testing. In response, Hyogo Prefecture held a task force meeting on the morning of the 13th and began disposing of approximately 44,000 chickens raised at this poultry farm.
Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress Attend the Ceremony of the National Convention to Create an Abundant Sea Hyogo Akashi
The ceremony of the "National Abundant Sea Development Convention" was held in Hyogo Prefecture on the 13th, with the attendance of Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress.
US midterm election Democrats will win half of the Senate to maintain leadership US ABC
In the midterm elections in the United States, the ruling Democratic Party is certain to win half of the seats in the Senate, and it is expected to maintain the initiative. From now on, the focus will be on the victory or defeat of the House of Representatives.
More than 60 settlements recaptured in Kherson, Ukraine, lack of power supply
Ukrainian President Zelensky released a video on the 12th, revealing that he has recaptured more than 60 settlements in Kherson Oblast, which Russia has occupied. On the other hand, attacks on energy facilities by the Russian military have caused a shortage of electricity supply in Ukraine, affecting the lives of citizens.
Prime Minister Kishida visits Cambodia to hold summit with US and South Korea this afternoon
On the afternoon of the 13th, Prime Minister Kishida, who is visiting Cambodia, will hold individual summit meetings with the United States and South Korea, as well as a series of summit meetings between Japan, the United States, and South Korea. The official Japan-South Korea summit is the first in about three years, and the focus is on whether progress can be seen on pending issues such as the issue of "recruitment" toward improving relations between the two countries.
``Modern pentathlon'' to exclude equestrian and adopt obstacle race to IOC change proposal
In one of the Olympic sports, the "modern pentathlon", the international sports federations have decided to drop equestrianism and adopt steeplechase races instead. In the future, we will propose to the IOC = International Olympic Committee to change the event with the aim of implementing it at the Los Angeles Games in 2028.
Afghanistan women's amusement park ban, restrictions on women's rights one after another
Afghanistan's Taliban interim government has banned women from entering an amusement park in Kabul. Since the Taliban took power in Afghanistan last August, there has been a series of moves to restrict women's rights.
U.S. mid-term elections still unclear, ex-President Trump claims fraud
The midterm elections in the United States are four days away from the start of the counting of votes, but the majority of both houses of Congress are still unknown. Under these circumstances, former President Trump has claimed that there was fraud in states where the Republican candidate he supported was certain to lose the election, and there are also voices of concern that new turmoil will occur in the future. .
Pacific side of western Japan to eastern Japan Unstable atmosphere Pay close attention to lightning gusts
Due to the effects of moist air and low pressure, the atmospheric conditions are extremely unstable, especially in western Japan and the Pacific Ocean side of eastern Japan, and the Japan Meteorological Agency is paying close attention to localized heavy rain, lightning strikes, and gusts such as tornadoes. I am calling you.
US President Biden misspelled chair country during ASEAN talks
US President Biden, who is visiting Cambodia, attended a summit meeting with the ASEAN = Association of Southeast Asian Nations and agreed to strengthen relations in the fields of economy and security. The Biden administration wants to counter China, which is gaining influence in Southeast Asia.
One week after the opening of COP27, developed countries and emerging countries are at odds in negotiations, the effectiveness of the plan is the key
The United Nations conference on climate change countermeasures "COP27" held in Egypt aims to develop a plan to accelerate the reduction of greenhouse gases by 2030. In the negotiations so far, developed countries are demanding that emerging countries also step up their emissions reductions, while emerging countries are reluctant to reduce emissions further.
Pro-government Russian newspaper publishes video of 'moment of dam explosion' in Kherson Oblast
The Russian newspaper "Izvestia", which is close to the Putin administration, said on the 12th that it had obtained a video of a part of the dam of a hydroelectric power plant in the province of Kherson being blown up, and released a video that said it captured the moment of the explosion. .
2-year-old died Was left in the car for a long time Osaka Kishiwada
On the 12th, a 2-year-old girl was found unconscious in a passenger car parked in a nursery school parking lot in Kishiwada City, Osaka, and later died. The girl's father said that she thought she was in her nursery school, so the police are investigating the situation in detail, assuming that she was left in the car for a long time.
Ukrainian army recaptures southern stronghold Kherson soon or enters military special forces
In southern Ukraine, Ukrainian special forces have entered Kherson, a key stronghold that Russia has occupied for almost eight months. The Ukrainian side is showing momentum to recapture Kherson in the near future, despite being wary of resistance from the Russian side.
Today's Japan-South Korea summit for the first time in about three years, will it be a clue to improving relations?
On the 13th, Prime Minister Kishida, who is visiting Cambodia, will hold a meeting with South Korean President Yoon Sung-yeol. The official Japan-South Korea summit is the first in about three years, and the focus is on whether it will be a clue to improving relations.