The reason why I email myself at night and the next morning
Arrive early in the morning and return early at night. “I have more time to spend with my family, and more time to devote to self-improvement and hobbies.” A man who works at a company that promotes work style reforms for morning-focused work has a habit of sending an email to himself the next morning at night. I say. This is to use the ideas that come to me in my spare time in my work. The company's in-house birth rate is 1.97. We approached the background that greatly exceeds the average of the country.
"Jehovah's Witnesses" Lawyers Multiple testimony such as "I was whipped by my parents"
A religious group, a defense team that supports second-generation children whose parents are members of the Jehovah's Witnesses, held a press conference and conducted a detailed investigation of multiple testimonies such as "I was whipped by my parents." He also expressed his intention to convey information to the government and others.
Olympic bid-rigging incident: End of dependence on Dentsu
It's been over a year since the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics ended. On the 28th, the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office indicted six companies, including the advertising giant Dentsu Group, and the former deputy director of the tournament organizing committee, on charges of violating the Antimonopoly Act, alleging that they had engaged in bid-rigging over the operation of the tournament. Through the interviews, I was able to see the figure of the Organizing Committee, which was excessively dependent on Dentsu. I searched for the background of the incident to find out what happened between the two.
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp. internet banking failure recovery
Access to the Internet banking service for corporations of Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation was concentrated and a failure occurred, and it was difficult to connect from around 10:00 am on the 28th, but according to the bank, it was restored around 6:00 pm. That's it.
78-year-old man murdered 93-year-old acquaintance arrested on suspicion of murder Sosa Chiba
Last month, police arrested a 93-year-old acquaintance on suspicion of murder in a case where a 78-year-old man was killed in a house in Sosa City, Chiba Prefecture.
Municipalities' counters are crowded on the last day of applying for minor points
The application for acquiring My Number Card, which is the target of "Minor Point 2nd", is until February 28th, but since the counters of local governments in various places are crowded, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications visited the counters on the 28th. Only those who have passed the procedures after March 1 will be accepted.
"Tsudanuma PARCO" To close at 9 o'clock tonight Lively on the last day Chiba
Tsudanuma PARCO, which opened in 1977 in front of Tsudanuma Station in Chiba Prefecture and has been popular as a symbol of the city for many years, will close on the 28th. Many people come to shop and take photos, and the final day is lively.
Tokyo Komae robbery murder Hiroshima robbery injury suspect arrested 5 arrests
The Metropolitan Police Department has arrested a 24-year-old suspect who was arrested and indicted for a robbery injury case in Hiroshima City on suspicion of robbery and murder in a robbery murder case in which an elderly woman was murdered at a house in Komae City, Tokyo. I learned this from interviews with people involved. With this, five people have been arrested, and the Metropolitan Police Department is considering that there are other instructors and will proceed with the identification.
Training with China in mind GSDF conducts multilateral exercises with Indian Army
The Ground Self-Defense Force and the Indian Army conducted their first joint exercise in Japan today in Shiga Prefecture. Meanwhile, in Thailand, Asia's largest multilateral military exercise, in which the United States participates, has begun. A movement to deepen cooperation through training and exercises. I have China in mind.
Casino conviction with grace for 25-year-old defendant due to erroneous transfer benefits Yamaguchi District Court
A 25-year-old defendant accused of using a computer to fraudulently transfer benefits that were mistakenly transferred from Abu Town, Yamaguchi Prefecture, to another account, the Yamaguchi District Court ruled that the crime was committed in order to play at an online casino. So, there is nothing to be done, but the damage has been compensated."
Mother accused of neglecting death of two children First trial Admits indictment Kanagawa Atsugi
In July last year, the first trial was held in Atsugi City, Kanagawa Prefecture, for a mother accused of causing death by abandoning her two young siblings in a car, and the mother was indicted. I acknowledge the content.
Prime Minister Thorough LDP policy over the former Unification Church To announce the response of local organizations
Prime Minister Kishida confirms and announces how each local organization responded to the unified local elections in April in order to thoroughly enforce the policy of the LDP headquarters that it will not have any relationship with the former Unification Church in the future. showed an idea.
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Internet banking for corporations Failure to connect
According to Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, from around 10:00 am on the 28th, there has been a problem that makes it difficult to connect to the Internet banking service for corporations. Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation explained that it was due to "concentration of access", and they are investigating the detailed cause and rushing to restore it. Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation is calling on customers who are in a hurry to consider transactions with other banks.
Sulfuric acid case at Tokyo subway station Defendant sentenced to 3 years and 6 months in prison
A year ago, the Tokyo District Court said, ``It is a vicious crime and should not be sentenced to prison. I can't do it," and sentenced to 3 years and 6 months in prison.
My number application site It is difficult to connect due to concentrated access
While the application for acquiring a My Number card, which is eligible for "Minor Points 2nd" with points worth up to 20,000 yen, will be available until the 28th, access to the online application site is concentrated and it is difficult to connect. increase.
Southern Turkey earthquake stricken area Local mayor thanks Japanese medical team
More than 50,000 people have been confirmed dead so far in the three weeks since the devastating earthquake struck southern Turkey on the 6th of this month. In Gaziantep, southern Turkey, which was severely damaged, the local mayor visited the base of the medical team of the Japan Disaster Relief Team and expressed his gratitude for the support.
White House TikTok app ordered to be removed from federal devices
Regarding the video sharing app TikTok operated by a Chinese company, the White House in the United States has asked federal government agencies to delete the app within 30 days from official terminals, as vigilance spreads in Europe and the United States as to whether information will be leaked to the Chinese government. instructed to do so.
The number of births last year was 799,728, falling below 800,000 for the first time Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare
According to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, the number of children born last year fell below 800,000 for the first time since the start of national statistics, with a preliminary figure of more than 799,000. The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare said, "It can be said that it is a crisis that will drastically change the foundations of society and the economy, and we would like to work on countermeasures in cooperation with related ministries and agencies."
Olympic rigging case Indicted 6 companies including Dentsu 7 people including the former deputy director of the tournament organizing committee
In a bid-rigging case involving the operation of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office's Special Investigation Department found that six companies, including the Dentsu Group, the largest advertising company, and Hakuhodo, the second largest company in the industry, engaged in fraudulent order adjustments for operations worth a total of more than 43 billion yen. Indicted seven people, including six companies as corporations and the former deputy director of the tournament organizing committee, for violating the Antimonopoly Act. The investigation into the bid rigging, which began in the wake of the corruption scandal surrounding the Tokyo Games, turned into an unusual situation in which a company representing the advertising industry was accused of a crime.
The president of a long-established inn in Fukuoka “I instruct myself to change the hot water in the public bath twice a year”
A long-established Japanese inn in Chikushino City held a press conference after being instructed by Fukuoka Prefecture to improve the hot water in the public bath only twice a year, and the president of the operating company said it would be replaced twice a year. revealed that he instructed himself and apologized, saying, "I deeply regret and apologize."
Elderly woman driving car crashes into building and 2 people injured Ambulance transportation Fukuoka Yukuhashi
According to the police, after 11:00 am on the 28th, an accident occurred in which a passenger car driven by an elderly woman crashed into the building of the Kyushu Electric Power Co. Yukuhashi office in Yukuhashi City, Fukuoka Prefecture. According to the police and fire department, two adults who were in the building were injured in the accident and were taken to the hospital. Both were conscious when transported. Police are investigating the details.
Nurse arrested at psychiatric hospital Japan psychiatric hospital association to conduct field investigation
After a nurse was arrested on suspicion of assaulting an inpatient at a psychiatric hospital in Hachioji, Tokyo, the Japan Psychiatric Hospital Association, which is a member of psychiatric hospitals nationwide, conducts a field investigation into the hospital. decided. In addition, the association's Tokyo branch has revealed that it will establish a new abuse prevention committee to prevent recurrence.
Cabinet Decision to Tighten Regulations on Malicious Advertisers Fines Without Administrative Action
Internet advertising that misleads consumers with exaggerated advertising has become a problem, and it is recommended that a new provision be established to impose a fine of up to 1 million yen on malicious business operators without taking administrative action. Cabinet decision was made to revise the Act on Unjustifiable Premiums and Misleading Representations.
New fiscal year budget proposal passed by a majority of both the LDP and Komeito in the House of Representatives committee
The budget proposal for the new fiscal year, which will bring the total amount of the general account to more than 114 trillion yen, the largest ever, was voted on by the Budget Committee of the House of Representatives and passed with a majority of support from both the Liberal Democratic Party and the New Komeito Party. After that, the budget bill will be approved at the plenary session of the House of Representatives, and will be sent to the House of Councillors, ensuring that it will be enacted within the fiscal year according to the provisions of the Constitution.
Cabinet decision to amend the Atomic Energy Basic Law
The bill approved by the Cabinet on the 28th includes a bill to revise the Atomic Energy Basic Law, which stipulates the basic policy for the use of nuclear power. For the first time, it was positioned as a “national responsibility.”
Four expatriated executives suspected of being involved in another special fraud
Two of the four executives of the group who were repatriated from the Philippines to Japan and arrested on suspicion of being involved in a special fraud case were re-arrested by the Metropolitan Police Department on suspicion of being involved in another special fraud case. We are also investigating the connection with a series of wide-area robberies, such as rushing to analyze the mobile phones that are believed to have been used by the four.
Ask the leader of the Japan Disaster Relief Team
The Japan Disaster Relief Team, which was dispatched to Gaziantep, the area affected by the major earthquake in southern Turkey, has completed nearly two weeks of activities with the first team consisting of approximately 70 doctors and nurses. Currently, the second team has taken over the work and continues medical activities on the ground. On the 27th, before returning to Japan, we interviewed Takeshi Ishihara, who led the first team.
Fire burning 9 buildings in Kita Ward, Tokyo 1 person died Fires in Tokyo one after another
On the morning of the 28th, there was a fire that burned nine buildings, including houses, in Kita Ward, Tokyo, killing one person and injuring two others. Fires have been raging in Tokyo since the night of the 27th, and the Tokyo Fire Department is calling for careful handling of fire.
Cubs Seiya Suzuki did not participate in WBC and complained of left flank tension
Major League Baseball Cubs announced that Seiya Suzuki will not participate in the WBC = World Baseball Classic. Suzuki played No. 4 at the Tokyo Olympics, where Japan won the gold medal, and was expected to play an active role in this tournament as well. had an MRI scan.
Cabinet decides on a bill to substantially extend the maximum operating period of nuclear power plants to 60 years
In order to maximize the use of nuclear power generation for the realization of a decarbonized society, the government decided at a cabinet meeting on the 28th a bill that would allow the operating period of nuclear power plants, which is said to be up to 60 years, to be substantially extended. bottom.
Announced the construction of a factory in Chitose, Hokkaido "Rapidus" for the domestic production of advanced semiconductors
Eight major Japanese companies have invested in Rapidus, which aims to produce cutting-edge semiconductors domestically.
Last day of application for the acquisition of minor points 2nd round Online utilization Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications
The application for acquiring a My Number card, which is the target of the "Minor Point 2nd", which gives points worth up to 20,000 yen, is until February 28, and Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Matsumoto calls for online utilization. I was.
``Jehovah's Witness'' defense team complains of abuse Health, Labor and Welfare Minister Kato ``consider response''
Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Kato said that the lawyers who support former members of the religious group "Jehovah's Witnesses" have instructed the group to refuse blood transfusions for children, alleging the possibility of child abuse. He said that refusal of blood transfusions is neglect, and that he will consider how to deal with it.
“Astronaut candidate Osamu Suwa 46 years old and Ayu Yoneda 28 years old” Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
JAXA = Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) conducted the astronaut selection test for the first time in 14 years. I made it
Olympic rigging case Dentsu group and former deputy director of the organizing committee file criminal charges FTC
In a bid-rigging case involving the operation of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, the Japan Fair Trade Commission (JFTC) has accused six companies, including the largest advertising company Dentsu Group and the industry's second-largest company Hakuhodo, of a total of more than 43 billion yen in operations. A total of seven people, including six companies and the former deputy director of the tournament organizing committee, have been criminally charged with violating the Antimonopoly Act, alleging that they were conducting illegal order adjustments. In response to this, the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office is expected to indict six companies and the former deputy director on the 28th.
Shohei Otani hits in 2 open games in a row, pitching for the first time as a pitcher on the 28th
Major League Baseball's Shohei Ohtani of the Angels participated in the open game against the Giants and recorded two consecutive hits.
UK, EU agree to review logistics rules in Northern Ireland to resolve conflict
The United Kingdom and the EU = European Union announced on the 27th that they had agreed to review the logistics rules for the Northern Ireland deal that was signed when the United Kingdom left the EU, and the conflict that reignited between the two sides was resolved. is expected to
“No need to inflate” and “visualization” Active introduction of new technology to tires
As the competition in the development of vehicles such as EVs (electric vehicles) and self-driving technology accelerates, there is a growing movement among tire manufacturers to introduce new technologies.
[Updated from time to time] Russia invades Ukraine (Movement on the 28th)
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 28th (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.)
Belarusian president visits China today
Belarusian President Lukashenko, who is allied with Russia, is scheduled to visit China from the 28th and meet with President Xi Jinping. While it has been pointed out that China is considering military assistance to Russia, the remarks of the two leaders regarding assistance to Russia will be the focus.
Olympic bid rigging case Dentsu group and other six companies today to criminal prosecution Japan Fair Trade Commission
In a bid-rigging case over the operation of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, the Japan Fair Trade Commission (JFTC) targeted six companies, including the largest advertising company, Dentsu Group, and the industry's second-largest company, Hakuhodo. In addition, on the 28th, the six companies and seven people, including the former deputy director of the tournament organizing committee, have decided to file criminal charges on suspicion of violating the Antimonopoly Act, alleging that they made illegal order adjustments. I understand.
New fiscal year budget bill passed by the House of Representatives today to be enacted within the fiscal year
The new fiscal year's budget was voted on at the House of Representatives on the 28th at the Budget Committee and then at the plenary session. is expected to become certain.
Prime Minister Kishida's visit to Ukraine does not require a preliminary report to the Diet
Concerning Prime Minister Kishida's consideration of a visit to Ukraine, the ruling and opposition parties have expressed a series of opinions that they will exceptionally accept the visit without a prior report to the Diet from the perspective of information security. The government plans to continue making adjustments to realize the visit while assessing how much understanding will spread among the parties.
The cedar pollen scattering season has arrived in 12 prefectures, including Tokyo, the highest number in the past 10 years
It's the season when cedar pollen scatters. In a survey of cedars conducted by the Ministry of the Environment in 34 prefectures nationwide, 12 prefectures, including Tokyo, Kanagawa, and Hyogo, had the highest number of pollen-dispersing male flower buds in the past 10 years. Pollen is expected to scatter.
[Video] At work on the train Check the news on your smartphone this morning!
February 28 "Good morning Japan" 6 o'clock. For details, please see NHK Plus. (The video is 1 minute. Not available on data broadcasting.)
April-like warmth in various places today Beware of avalanches and falling snow
Due to the high pressure and warm air, the maximum temperature will exceed the average year in various places on the 28th, and it is expected that some places will be as warm as April.