House of Representatives Wakayama District 1 by-election Restoration Yumi Hayashi's first victory is certain
In the by-election for the House of Representatives Wakayama District 1, which was a battle between a former member of the House of Representatives and three newcomers, Yumi Hayashi, a new member of the Japan Restoration Party, was certain to be elected for the first time.
[Professional baseball results] Lotte and DeNA take the top spot
Six professional baseball games were played. In the Pacific League, Lotte took the lead with three straight wins. In the Central League, DeNA won and took the lead alone.
House of Representatives Yamaguchi 2nd district by-election Liberal Democratic Party Chiyo Kishinobu's first election sure
In the by-election for Yamaguchi 2nd District of the House of Representatives, which was a battle between former lawmakers and newcomers, Chise Kishinobu, a newcomer to the Liberal Democratic Party and recommended by Komeito, was certain to be elected for the first time.
Tsu mayor election Mr. Yasuyuki Maeba is sure to be elected for the fourth time
In the Tsu mayoral election, which was a battle between two incumbents and a newcomer, Yasuyuki Maeba, an independent incumbent who was nominated by the Liberal Democratic Party, the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan, the New Komeito Party, and the Democratic Party for the People, was elected for the fourth time.
Takamatsu mayoral election Mr. Hideto Onishi is sure to be elected for the fifth time
In the Takamatsu mayoral election, which was a battle between the incumbent and the newcomer, the incumbent Hideto Onishi, who was recommended by the Liberal Democratic Party and Komeito, was guaranteed to be elected for the fifth time.
Mito mayoral election Mr. Yasushi Takahashi is sure to be elected for the fourth time
The Mito mayoral election, which was a battle between the incumbent and the newcomer, has ensured that the incumbent Yasushi Takahashi will be elected for the fourth time.
House of Representatives Yamaguchi 4th district by-election Mr. Shinji Yoshida's first victory is certain
Shinji Yoshida, a newcomer to the Liberal Democratic Party and recommended by the New Komeito Party, was certain to be elected for the first time in the by-election for the Yamaguchi 4th District of the House of Representatives, which was a battle between five newcomers.
House of Representatives 5th by-election Yamaguchi 4th district of the House of Representatives is sure to be elected by LDP newcomer Shinji Yoshida
The five by-elections for the House of Representatives were held on the 23rd along with the second half of the unified local elections, and Shinji Yoshida, a newcomer to the Liberal Democratic Party and a former member of the Shimonoseki City Assembly in Yamaguchi Prefecture, was certain to be elected in the Yamaguchi 4th District of the House of Representatives. rice field.
Shiretoko sightseeing boat accident 1 year A man waiting for two family members ``Time has stopped''
On the 23rd, one year has passed since the accident in which a sightseeing boat sank off the Shiretoko Peninsula in Hokkaido. A man from the Tokachi region of Hokkaido, whose two family members are still missing, visited the Utoro district of Shari Town for the first time in about a year, saying, "I don't think a year has passed since the accident happened. I will not," he said of his current state of mind.
Unified local elections
Voting is being held on the 23rd for the second half of the five by-elections and the unified local elections. Immediately after the voting ends, we will implement the ballot counting timeline. We will update the latest election results, exit polls, and the latest election results as soon as possible.
Shogi "Eio Battle" Round 2 Sugai 8th Dan wins Fujii Six Crowns, 1 win and 1 loss
The second round of one of the eight major shogi titles, the Eio-sen, was held in Nagoya, where the challenger, Tatsuya Sugai, eight-dan (31), defeated Sota Fujii's six-crown crown (20), winning five games with one win and one loss. back to minutes.
"PAC3" prepares for launch of North Korean military reconnaissance satellite on Yonaguni Island, Okinawa
While North Korea is rushing to make final preparations for the launch of a military reconnaissance satellite, the Self-Defense Forces deployed its troops, including bringing the launcher of the ground-based interceptor missile "PAC3" to Yonaguni Island in Okinawa Prefecture on the 23rd. is proceeding.
"Hama horse racing" held for the first time in four years Kagoshima bustling with over 10,000 spectators
The beach horse race, a spring tradition in Ichikikushikino City, Kagoshima Prefecture, was held for the first time in four years, and was bustling with over 10,000 spectators.
Shohei Ohtani is suppressed by a good pitcher and has no hits in 5 at bats
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani made a full appearance as a designated hitter in the match against the Royals, and was held back by a good pitcher with a proven track record, resulting in no hits in five at-bats.
Gymnastics Daiki Hashimoto wins 3rd consecutive victory in reverse All Japan Championship since Kohei Uchimura
At the All Japan Gymnastics Championships, which is an all-around individual competition, the men's final was held, and Daiki Hashimoto, who was second overall in the qualifying, showed a stable performance in six events and won the third straight victory in a come-from-behind. He is the first player to win the tournament three times in a row since Kohei Uchimura, who achieved a record ten consecutive wins from 2008 to 2017. Kazuma Kaya was second and 23-year-old Kaiyoto Sugimoto was third.
Kyoto Kameoka 11 years after the runaway accident The bereaved family attended the memorial service
On the 23rd, it will be 11 years since an unlicensed car crashed into a row of elementary school students in Kameoka City, Kyoto Prefecture, killing 10 people. At the scene, the bereaved family attended and a memorial service was held.
The first traditional cleaning event in four years at Nikko Toshogu Shrine and Rinnoji Temple "Kuriishigaeshi"
At Nikko Toshogu Shrine and Rinnoji Temple in Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture, which are registered as World Heritage Sites, the "Kuriishi Gaeshi" was performed for the first time in four years to manually remove garbage between the stones spread on the precincts.
The Imperial Palace Fukiage Gyoen is open to the public Nature observation event for the first time in four years
On the 23rd, a nature observation event was held for the first time in four years to open the Fukiage Gyoen Gardens of the Imperial Palace to the public, where precious nature remains in the city center.
“U.S. Embassy in Sudan Capital Evacuates Staff, Families” U.S. Report
Several media outlets, including the Washington Post, a leading American newspaper, reported that the US government had evacuated employees and their families from the US Embassy in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, on the 23rd, local time.
Five by-elections for the House of Representatives and the second half of the unified local election Voting advances
Voting is being held on the 23rd for the second half of the five by-elections and the unified local elections. Of these, a total of 7 former lawmakers and 6 newcomers ran for the House of Representatives Chiba 5th District by-election, and the voter turnout as of 11:00 am was 6.73%, which is 1.94 points lower than the House of Representatives election the year before. .
One year after the Shiretoko tourist boat accident, a concentrated search was conducted in the coastal area today Coast Guard and police
On the 23rd, one year after a tourist boat carrying 26 passengers and crew sank off the coast of Hokkaido's Shiretoko Peninsula, the Coast Guard Headquarters and the police conducted an intensive search along the coast of the peninsula following the 22nd, and the whereabouts were discovered. Not six people are looking for clues.
G7 Agriculture Ministers' Meeting Concludes, Adopts Ministerial Statement on Support for Agriculture in Ukraine
The G7 Agriculture Ministers' Meeting of seven major countries held in Miyazaki City ended after two days of discussions. The ministers adopted a ministerial statement that includes support for agriculture in Ukraine and strengthening of sustainable food systems, after expressing deep concern that Russia's military aggression against Ukraine is affecting food security.
Shogi "Eio Battle" 2nd round begins Fujii Rokukan or Sugai 8th Dan 5 minutes
The second game of one of the eight major shogi titles, "Eio-sen," has started in Nagoya. Attention will be paid to whether Sota Fujii 6th crown (20) will check the defense or the challenger Tatsuya Sugai 8th dan (31) will return the win to 50%.
A 5-year-old boy participating in a swimming school died in the pool Toyama Takaoka
On the afternoon of the 22nd, a 5-year-old boy was found submerged in a pool at a fitness club in Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture, and was taken to a hospital, where he died. The boy was participating in a swimming school class, so the police are investigating the detailed situation at that time.
Sudan announces 3-day ceasefire agreement, but fighting continues Evacuation of foreigners unclear
In Sudan, Africa, where fighting continues between the military and paramilitary groups under its umbrella, both sides have announced a three-day ceasefire agreement, and the military says some countries are evacuating the country. However, the fighting is still continuing, and it is uncertain whether the evacuation of foreigners can proceed safely.
Three SDF transport planes to evacuate Japanese in Sudan arrive in neighboring country Djibouti
Three transport planes of the Air Self-Defense Force, dispatched to prepare for the evacuation of Japanese in Sudan, Africa, have arrived in the neighboring country of Djibouti. The Self-Defense Forces are making preparations such as collecting information in case a transport mission is ordered.
5th by-election of the House of Representatives Second half of unified local election Voting begins
Voting for the five by-elections for the House of Representatives and the second half of the unified local election began at 7:00 a.m. on the 23rd.
One year after the Shiretoko sightseeing boat accident, a memorial service to pray for the victims
On the 23rd, it will be a year since the tourist boat sank off the Shiretoko Peninsula in Hokkaido, killing 20 people and missing 6 people. A memorial service will be held in Utoro, the local town of Shari, to offer prayers to the victims and to renew pledges of safety by tourism operators.
Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Difficult to remove pipes contaminated with radioactive materials
At Tokyo Electric Power Company's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, work to remove pipes contaminated with highly radioactive substances at the time of the accident has been underway since March last year. The difficulty of the decommissioning work is highlighted once again.
Russia's Missile Attack Continues, Ukraine's Air Defense Capability Challenges
The Russian military is concentrating its forces with the aim of seizing Bakhmut in eastern Ukraine, and is still conducting air attacks with missiles and drones. The Ukrainian side is facing the issue of air defense capability, and the Western side is strengthening its support.