Shogi "Meijin Battle" Round 1 Sota Fujii wins six titles against Akira Watanabe
The first round of the ``Meijin Battle'', which has the longest history among the eight major shogi titles, was held in Tokyo. We got off to a good start to update the youth record.
Starting a new life Subscribing to rentals Utilizing abandoned bicycles
"If I had all the things I needed for my new life, I would have enough money..." "My family budget is on fire because of the tuition and boarding fees." . Rentals and subscriptions that continuously use services at a fixed cost are becoming more widespread. At the university, an attempt to solve the problem of abandoned bicycles with "subscription" has also started.
Tokyo District Court orders former professor and Waseda University to compensate over 600,000 yen for sexual harassment
In a trial in which a woman who was a student of Naomi Watanabe, a literary critic and professor at Waseda University's graduate school, sought compensation for being repeatedly sexually harassed, the Tokyo District Court ruled that some of the remarks were ``remarks from a sexual perspective. So, I infringed on the benefits of learning in a good environment," and ordered Mr. Watanabe and the university to pay a total of more than 600,000 yen in compensation.
Around Miyakojima, Okinawa GSDF helicopter shadow radar disappears Kumamoto garrison belongs
According to Ministry of Defense officials, around 4:30 pm on the 6th, the shadow of a Ground Self-Defense Force helicopter flying around Miyako Island in Okinawa Prefecture disappeared from radar, and the Self-Defense Force is searching for it. The helicopter was a "UH60" and it is believed that several members were on board. The helicopter belongs to the 8th Squadron of the Ground Self-Defense Force Takayubaru Camp in Kumamoto Prefecture.
Super high-rise condominium built on the site of the athletes' village Sales price from 48 million yen
The sales price of two 50-story high-rise condominiums, which are being constructed on the site of the Olympic and Paralympic Games athletes' village, was announced on the 6th. Prices start in the 48 million yen range, with the most expensive rooms starting at the 349 million yen range.
[Details] Shohei Otani violates pitching What is a "pitch clock"?
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani won his first victory of the season against the Mariners on the 5th, and even if he batted, he was active with 1 hit in 2 at bats and 1 RBI. In this game, the rare scene in which Ohtani was caught violating the new rule introduced this season, the "pitch clock," also attracted attention. Otani is the first player in the major leagues to have a violation for pitching and hitting since the introduction of the system. In the first place, what kind of rule is "pitch clock"? We have also compiled a detailed interview with Otani after the match.
Seven & i Convenience stores perform well and sales exceed 10 trillion yen, first in Japan's retail industry
Seven & i Holdings, a major distribution company, recorded sales of more than 11 trillion yen for the year ending February 2019, exceeding 10 trillion yen for the first time in the Japanese retail industry. Although the supermarket and department store businesses remained sluggish due to the impact of high prices, etc., the strong convenience store business supported the performance.
Fire at a house in Machida, Tokyo, unable to contact one resident
According to the Tokyo Fire Department, after 2:00 pm on the 6th, there was a report that a house in Shinkoji-cho, Machida City was on fire. More than 40 fire engines are working to extinguish the fire, but so far, 150 square meters of houses and nearby buildings have been burned. We are in the process of confirming that we have not been able to contact one person who lives in this house.
Toyota recalls 5 models including "Sienta" due to defects in over 230,000 vehicles
Toyota has notified the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of the recall of more than 230,000 vehicles, saying that there is a problem with the engine starter in five models such as the "Sienta", and in the worst case, there is a risk of fire.
Video of Wishma dead in immigration facility released by bereaved family's lawyers
In a trial in which the bereaved family of a Sri Lankan woman who died at an immigration facility in Nagoya City is seeking compensation from the government, the bereaved family's lawyers submitted as evidence a photo of the detained woman's deteriorating physical condition. Part of the video was released to the media.
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology to create materials showing handling at schools such as "ChatGPT"
It was found that the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology is planning to create materials that show how it is handled at schools, as it is expected that learning will be affected in various ways by chatGPT, a software that interacts with AI (artificial intelligence). .
“Former Unification Church founder visits Japan, LDP executives work” Korean diplomatic documents
In a past diplomatic document released by the South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the 6th, when the founder of the former Unification Church visited Japan about 30 years ago, the Japanese government initially planned not to allow entry, but at that time It was revealed that the Liberal Democratic Party executives worked on it and finally allowed entry into the country.
Honda “N-BOX” Tops Domestic New Car Sales for Second Consecutive Year
The number of new cars sold by type in Japan in the last year was announced, and the top was Honda's mini car "N-BOX" for the second year in a row. The growth in sales of EV = electric vehicles is also noticeable.
A man and a boy fall from a park quay A man dies Tokushima Komatsushima
On the morning of the 6th, a man in his 50s to 70s and a boy in his 10s fell from a quay in a park by the sea in Komatsushima City, Tokushima Prefecture. was later confirmed dead. Boys are conscious.
World's richest man LVMH group chairman and family, Mr. Musk ranked second
The American economic magazine Forbes has announced the ranking of the world's richest people this year, and Bernard Arnault, chairman of the LVMH Group, which owns Louis Vuitton, a French luxury brand group, and his family topped the list. . Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, the American electric car maker, who was the top last year, came in second.
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Chinese Navy aircraft carrier "Shandong" navigates the Pacific for the first time Ministry of Defense
The Ministry of Defense announced that it had confirmed three warships, including the Chinese Navy aircraft carrier Shandong, sailing in the Pacific Ocean south of Okinawa Prefecture. "Shandong" is China's first domestically built aircraft carrier, which was commissioned in 2019, and the first time it has been confirmed to sail in the Pacific Ocean.
16 people arrested for ripping off a man they met on a matching app
Sixteen employees of the store were arrested for inviting a man they met on a matching app to a restaurant in Kabukicho, Tokyo, and charging a high fee. In this group, it is believed that the member's recruiter role was divided in detail, such as recruiting customers on SNS, and the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the actual situation in detail.
Upper House Oita electoral district by-election notification Two people candidacy in the composition of a full-scale confrontation between the ruling and opposition parties
A by-election for the House of Councilors Oita constituency due to the resignation of a member of the House of Councilors was announced on the 6th. A new member of the Liberal Democratic Party and a former lawmaker of the Constitutional Democratic Party are running for candidates, and the ruling and opposition parties are in a full-fledged confrontation.
United Nations North Korea cyber attack “The trick is clever, tracking is more difficult”
A United Nations panel of experts investigating the implementation of sanctions against North Korea said last year that North Korea stole a record amount of crypto assets in a cyberattack last year, adding that "the tactics have become more sophisticated. , It is becoming more difficult to track stolen funds, ”he recommended adding the head of the Reconnaissance General Bureau, which commands North Korean hacker groups, to the sanctions target.
"Mutsugoro-san" Masanori Hata died of myocardial infarction at the age of 87
Masanori Hata, a writer who was nicknamed "Mutsugoro" and wrote many literary works on the theme of interacting with animals and was also active in TV programs, died of a myocardial infarction on the 5th. he was 87 years old.
Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress Make First Foreign Goodwill Visit after Accession to the Throne in Indonesia
Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress are planning to make an official visit to Indonesia in late June as their first goodwill visit to a foreign country after their accession to the throne, according to interviews with officials. .
Return to the Binzuru Sonja Temple in Zenkoji, Nagano
"Binzuru Sonja" was stolen from Zenkoji Temple in Nagano City on the 5th, and was returned to the temple on the 6th. . The statue was covered with a white cloth and carefully loaded, and the monks put their hands on the statue before departure. After 11:00 am, I returned to Zenkoji Temple.
Shohei Ohtani's first win of the season
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani scored his first win of the season against the Mariners on the 5th by allowing only one run in six innings. This is a question and answer that Ohtani answered to media coverage in Japan and the United States after the match. He also seems to have explored new countermeasures against the pitch clock.
Former President of Brazil Suspicion of privatization of jewelry Appeared in police Denial of involvement
Former President Bolsonaro of Brazil was suspected of trying to personalize jewelry worth more than 400 million yen given by the Saudi government while he was in office, and Mr. Bolsonaro turned himself in to the police on the 5th. , denied any involvement in the allegations.
British King Coronation Invitation Queen Camilla to be crowned 'Queen' for the first time
The invitation to the coronation of King Charles, which will be held on the 6th of next month in England, has been released, and the local media has widely reported that the title "Queen" was used for the first time for Queen Camilla.
Shohei Ohtani loses 1 point in the 6th inning and leaves the mound with the right of the winning pitcher
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani pitched for the first win of the season on the 5th against the Mariners, and although he struggled with control, he pitched 111 pitches and pitched 2-1 with only one goal until the 6th inning. I got off the mound with the right of the winning pitcher. Ohtani made timely hits in seven at-bats, extending his lead to three runs. In this match, Ohtani was the first to violate the new rule "Pitch Clock" that limits the time between pitches introduced this season.
Upper house by-election Oita electoral district notice today
A by-election for the House of Councilors Oita constituency due to the resignation of a member of the House of Councilors was announced on the 6th, and two new members of the Liberal Democratic Party and a former member of the Constitutional Democratic Party are expected to run.
New National Strategy for the Protection of Diverse Living Things Ministry of the Environment
A new national strategy was presented with goals such as securing 30% or more conservation areas on land and in the sea by 2030 for the protection of diverse organisms.
Taiwan President Tsai U.S. Speaker of the House of Representatives McCarthy talks and agrees to strengthen cooperation
President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan met with Speaker of the House of Representatives McCarthy in the suburbs of Los Angeles, USA. As China intensifies its opposition, the two sides agreed to strengthen cooperation between Taiwan and the United States.
President Zelensky visits Poland appeals for stronger support for territorial recapture
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky made an official visit to neighboring Poland on the 5th, and expressed his gratitude for Poland's response, which has actively promoted the provision of weapons, etc., and further strengthened support for the complete recapture of the territory. I asked for it.
Unify the information disclosure period of businesses that have received "administrative guidance" to 5 years Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
In response to the sinking accident of a sightseeing boat off the coast of Shiretoko Peninsula in Hokkaido, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism has released information on passenger ship operators who received administrative guidance, but from this month, the scope of information on operators such as airlines and railways has also been expanded. , extended the disclosure period to 5 years.
``Binzuru Sonja'' theft Suspect testifies to the effect that he has a grudge against Binzuru
A 34-year-old suspect who was arrested in connection with the theft of a wooden statue of Binzuru in Zenkoji Temple in Nagano City on the 5th stated that he had a grudge against Binzuru. I learned from interviews with investigators that I was doing this. Police are investigating the circumstances leading up to the incident.
President Putin Meets with President of Belarus on Agreement to Deploy Tactical Nuclear Weapons
Russian President Putin is believed to have met with Belarusian President Lukashenko, who has agreed to deploy tactical nuclear weapons, in Moscow, the capital, and exchanged views on the security of the two countries. On the other hand, in front of the newly appointed U.S. ambassador to Russia, he strongly criticized the U.S., claiming that "U.S. support for Ukraine led to the current crisis."