Cannes Film Festival Screenplay Award Winner Yuji Sakamoto Meets with Director Kore-eda
Yuji Sakamoto, who won the Best Screenplay Award at the Cannes Film Festival in France for his screenplay for Hirokazu Kore-eda's movie "Kaibutsu," held a press conference with director Kore-eda on the 29th. That's it," he said of his thoughts on receiving the award.
Prime Minister Kishida's eldest son Shotaro's secretary will be replaced on the 1st of next month.
Prime Minister Kishida said on the 1st of next month that he would like to hold his eldest son, secretary Shotaro, responsible for inappropriate behavior such as taking pictures with relatives in the public space of the Prime Minister's official residence last year. Decided to replace it. It will be a de facto replacement.
Declining Birthrate Countermeasures Financial Resources Deficit-covering government bonds not allowed Fiscal System Council
The Fiscal System Council, an advisory body to the Minister of Finance, has taken the stance that deficit-covering government bonds cannot be used to finance the government's efforts to strengthen measures against the declining birthrate, stating that "postponing them to future generations is putting the cart before the horse." clarified.
Minor health insurance card "37 cases linked to other people's information" Survey by medical professionals
When a group of medical professionals investigated the health insurance card integrated with the My Number card, it was found that at least 37 cases were confirmed in which the information of another person was linked.
The new top is a male monkey "Goro" Oita Takasakiyama Natural Zoo
At the Takasakiyama Natural Zoo in Oita City, which is known for feeding wild monkeys, the head of the group called Group B has changed to a male "Goro" and an inauguration ceremony was held.
Former doctor accused of murdering ALS patient denies charges
Four years ago, the first trial was held for a 45-year-old former doctor accused of commissioned murder for murdering a Kyoto woman suffering from the incurable disease ALS at her request, and the former doctor was indicted. I denied the content.
Largest kaiten-zushi chain “strengthening product lineup at reduced prices”
The largest sushi chain chain announced on the 29th that it will strengthen its lineup of products with reduced prices, such as increasing the number of cheapest products. The company says that this is to respond to consumers' growing desire to save money due to high prices.
Maritime Self-Defense Force escort ship "Rising Sun Flag" entering South Korea's Busan port
A Maritime Self-Defense Force escort ship participating in multilateral exercises in South Korea entered the port of Busan in the southeastern part of the country with the ``Rising Sun Flag'' of the Self-Defense Force. While the previous administration of South Korea saw the "rising sun flag" as a problem, it seems to be a move in response to the trend of improving relations between Japan and South Korea.
Sanriku Railway Miyako Station Sanriku Railway Miyako Station
Sota Fujii, who won three consecutive victories in the "Eio-sen", one of the eight major shogi titles held in Miyako City, Iwate Prefecture, was the station manager for a day at Miyako Station on the Sanriku Railway on the 29th, the day after the game. served.
Yen exchange rate temporarily drops to the upper half of 140 yen to the dollar, the lowest level in about half a year
In the Tokyo foreign exchange market on the 29th, the beginning of the week, the yen exchange rate temporarily dropped to the upper 140 yen level to the dollar, the lowest level in about half a year, due to the widening interest rate differential between Japan and the United States.
Accident involving 4 buses, including route buses, about 10 people injured, all minor injuries Hiroshima
On the morning of the 29th, there was an accident involving four buses, including a fixed-route bus, in Hiroshima City, and according to the fire department, about 10 people were injured.
Man dies at Kabukicho apartment Stabbed with a knife or secures man's custody
In the early hours of the 29th, a 28-year-old man was found bleeding and collapsing in an apartment in Kabukicho, Tokyo, and was taken to a hospital, where he later died. The man is believed to have been stabbed with a knife, and the Metropolitan Police Department has secured the custody of a man in his 50s who was near the scene and is listening to the details.
Defense Minister Hamada orders destruction measures North Korea's "satellite" launch notification
In response to North Korea's notification of a plan to launch a "satellite" between the 31st of this month and the 11th of next month, Minister of Defense Hamada ordered the Self-Defense Forces to take "destructive measures" to make it possible to intercept. issued an order.
Nikkei stock average rises by more than 600 yen Renewed high price for the first time in about 33 years
At the beginning of the week on the 29th, the Tokyo stock market and the Nikkei Stock Average rose by more than 600 yen, reaching a new high of about 33 years.
Angels Shohei Otani hit for the first time in three games Full participation as a designated hitter
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani made a full appearance as a designated hitter against the Marlins and hit for the first time in three games.
Ukrainian military sees marked decline in Russian attacks on Bakhmut
The Ukrainian military said on the 28th that Russian attacks on the eastern battlefield of Bakhmut had significantly decreased. A senior Ukrainian government official has pointed out that the Russian side is reorganizing and redeploying troops in preparation for the next battle, and tensions continue.
Erdogan wins Turkish presidential election, Electoral Commission announces
The Election Commission announced that the incumbent Mr. Erdogan was elected in the presidential election run-off election held on the 28th in Turkey in the Middle East, which has increased its presence by playing a mediating role in the Ukraine situation. Erdogan, who has been in power for 20 years, will continue to steer Turkey.
Typhoon No. 2 will approach Okinawa from around the 31st, and heavy rain will start from east to west Japan tomorrow.
A large and very strong Typhoon No. 2 is expected to approach the Okinawa region from around the 31st, and because the typhoon moves slowly, it may be affected by heavy storms and storms for a long time. In addition, there is a risk of heavy rains in eastern and western Japan due to fronts and moist air over the next 30 days, so it is necessary to pay close attention to landslide disasters.
Princess Takamado's Princess Hisako and Princess Tsuguko travel to Jordan to attend Crown Prince's wedding
Princess Takamado's Princess Hisako and her eldest daughter Princess Tsuguko left Haneda Airport to attend the wedding ceremony of the Crown Prince of Jordan.
North Korea "satellite" launch notification Between 31st of this month and 11th of next month
According to Japanese government officials, North Korea notified the International Maritime Organization (IMO) of a plan to launch a "satellite" between the 31st of this month and the 11th of next month. The Japanese government is urging North Korea to exercise self-restraint, citing the launch of a ballistic missile called a ``satellite,'' and is strengthening its vigilance and surveillance.
Hundreds of German civil servants, including diplomats stationed in Russia, to leave German newspaper
German media reported that hundreds of German civil servants, including diplomats and staff of cultural exchange organizations stationed in Russia, had to leave at the request of the Russian side. The German government has denounced it as a ``unilateral and incomprehensible measure''.
Yoshinogari ruins Unearthed part of the tomb ``Possibility of great historical significance''
At the Yoshinogari ruins in Saga Prefecture, where traces of a large-scale Yayoi settlement still remain, part of a tomb believed to be from the late Yayoi period was unearthed. It is highly probable, and further investigation could lead to an excavation of great historical significance."
Investigate when and why he held a grudge against the murder of four people in Nagano
A suspect who was arrested in a case in which four people were killed in Nakano, Nagano Prefecture, said that he thought the two women were making fun of him while they were taking a walk. I know that. The police believe that he may have attacked him because he thought he was swearing, and are investigating when and why he started to hold a grudge.