Discharge of treated water "Insufficient explanation" 60% Survey results of fisheries-related distributors
When the University of Tokyo and Fukushima University conducted a survey of fisheries-related distributors regarding plans to dilute the treated water accumulated at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant and release it into the sea, 28.9 people answered that they were "opposed" to the release into the sea. %, a significant decrease from 66.9% in the previous survey conducted in 2019. On the other hand, 60% of the companies answered that "explanation to the public is insufficient", which is still high.
Morioka mayoral election Newcomer Shigeru Uchidate wins battle with incumbent aiming for 6th term
The Morioka mayoral election, which was a battle between the incumbent and the newcomer, has just closed voting, and the counting of votes will start after 9:00 pm.
Iwate Record heavy rain near Iwaizumi Town Approaching danger of disaster
Due to the cold air and warm, moist air in the upper areas, the atmospheric conditions in the northern part of Tohoku became very unstable, and it is believed that heavy rain fell in Iwate Prefecture. There are places where the ground has loosened due to the rain so far, and it is necessary to be extremely vigilant against landslide disasters.
Tokaido Shinkansen 15th Nagoya - Shin-Osaka All-day operation canceled Impact of typhoon
Due to the approach of Typhoon No. 7, JR Tokai decided to stop driving the Tokaido Shinkansen between Nagoya Station and Shin-Osaka Station all day on the 15th. In addition, the number of trains between Tokyo Station and Nagoya Station will be significantly reduced, and all seats will be non-reserved except for Green Cars. According to JR Tokai, there are no suspensions scheduled for the 14th and 16th, but there is a possibility that sudden suspension of operation may occur depending on changes in the weather, so please pay attention to future operation information.
Man drowns at beach in Aichi Minamichita town High waves due to typhoon
On the afternoon of the 13th, a man who was swimming at a beach in Minamichita Town, Aichi Prefecture drowned and was taken to a hospital but died.
High school baseball Hanamaki Higashi wins Clark International, rain break
In the third game on the eighth day of the national high school baseball tournament in the summer, Iwate's Hanamaki Higashi High School defeated Clark Memorial International High School in northern Hokkaido 2-1 to advance to the third round.
Mito mother re-arrested in case of two children killed Suspected murder of daughter
A 39-year-old mother was arrested for murdering her 8-year-old eldest son, who was stabbed to death in an apartment room in Mito City last month by her 8-year-old and 5-year-old siblings. was re-arrested on suspicion of murdering his daughter.
Ibaraki Tsukuba robbery case 19-year-old suspect re-arrested
In January this year, an elderly couple was tied up at a house in Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture, and their husband was seriously injured, and cash was stolen. , and three 19-year-old suspects who were arrested in a series of robberies that occurred in Tokyo and Saitama were re-arrested.
Woman suspected of heat stroke dies at Tottori orchard "Avoid working outdoors"
A 90-year-old woman died of heatstroke on the 12th at an orchard in Kurayoshi City, Tottori Prefecture. In Tottori Prefecture, an elderly person who was in the field in July died due to suspicion of heat stroke, and Tottori Prefecture calls attention to avoiding outdoor work during hot hours.
Confirmed death of 3-year-old boy swept away in Kyoto Kizu River Found downstream
On the 11th, a 3-year-old boy who was visiting a nearby campground in Kizugawa City, Kyoto Prefecture, was swept away and disappeared. Confirmed.
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Strong typhoon No. 7 is moving northwest in the sea south of Hachijojima in the Izu Islands, and there is a possibility that it will approach Kinki from Tokai on the 15th and make landfall. From the 14th onwards, the Tokai and Kinki regions will experience strong winds, and the total amount of rainfall is likely to exceed that of a normal year in August. Reporter Koji Tsumura, who is in charge of disasters in the Social Affairs Department, explains the outlook for rain and wind, the times when caution is required, and necessary preparations. Data broadcasting is not available. [Video is 4 minutes 18 seconds] (Broadcasted on the news at 3:00 pm on the 13th)
Typhoon No. 7 "Tokai/Kinki total rainfall may exceed one month of August in normal year" Japan Meteorological Agency
Regarding the impact of Typhoon No. 7, the Japan Meteorological Agency and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism jointly responded to media interviews from 2:00 pm on the 13th. showed the prospect of approaching and landing in the Tokai from the Kinki region such as the Kii Peninsula.
High school baseball Chiben Gakuen wins a come-from-behind victory over Tokushima Sho to the third round
In the second game on the 8th day of the summer national high school baseball tournament, Nara's Chiben Gakuen came from behind to win Tokushima Commercial 12-6 and advanced to the third round.
Seiya Suzuki hits in 3 consecutive games Masanao Yoshida hits 1 in 4 at bats
Seiya Suzuki of the Major League Cubs hit three consecutive games against the Blue Jays on the 12th. On the other hand, Masanao Yoshida of the Red Sox had one hit in four at bats against the Tigers.
Shohei Ohtani's 20th two-base Angels lose two straight games this season
MLB Angels Shohei Ohtani hit a severe two-base hit against the Astros and got involved in the score, but the team lost two straight games.
Soccer Junya Ito scored the first goal in the opening game Stud Lance
The French first division soccer league has started, and on the 12th, Junya Ito of Stud Lance scored the opening goal against Marseille.
High school baseball Riseisha wins Kochi Central to the third round
In the first game on the eighth day of the summer national high school baseball tournament, Osaka's Riseisha High School beat Kochi Chuo High School 10-4 to advance to the third round.
Collision accident or light passenger car and motorcycle burn 2 killed 1 injured Shizuoka
In the early morning of the 13th, a car and a motorcycle were found on fire on a prefectural road in Aoi Ward, Shizuoka City, killing two people and injuring one. Police are investigating the details of the accident, assuming that the car and motorcycle collided and then burst into flames.
Golf All England Women's Open Nasa Hataoka goes to the final day with a 5 stroke difference from the lead and 9th place
The third round of the women's golf overseas major, the final round of the season, the British Women's Open, was held in England on the 12th, and Nasa Hataoka was in ninth place, five strokes behind the leader.
European soccer Takefusa Kubo scored the first goal in the opening game of the Spanish first division
The Spanish first division soccer league opened on the 12th, and Real Sociedad's Takefusa Kubo scored the first goal against Girona at home.
European soccer Kaoru Mitoma assists in the opening game of the league The team wins comfortably
The English Premier League kicked off on the 12th, and Brighton's Kaoru Mitoma contributed to the victory by assisting the opening goal against Luton at home.
“Missile attack also intercepted bridge connecting Crimea and Russia” Russia Ministry of Defense
The Russian defense ministry announced on the 12th that it intercepted a missile attack on a bridge connecting Russia with Crimea in southern Ukraine, which Russia unilaterally annexed. The Russian side has strengthened its vigilance, claiming that it was an attack by Ukraine and showing readiness to take retaliatory measures.
Typhoon No. 7 may approach/landfall between Tokai and Shikoku on 15th (Tuesday)
Strong Typhoon No. 7 is moving westward over the southern seas of Japan. The Kanto and Kinki regions, which are far from the typhoon, are expected to experience a large swell along with the Pacific Ocean, so vigilance against high waves will continue to be necessary. On the 15th, there is a risk of approaching and landing on Shikoku from the Tokai region with a strong wind area, so please pay attention to the latest information and prepare early.
Dangerous heat expected to exceed 38 degrees centered in western Japan Severe caution against heat stroke
Dangerous heat exceeding 38 degrees is expected mainly in western Japan on the 13th, and since the temperature continues to be high every day, please continue to be strictly vigilant against heat stroke, such as frequently rehydrating.
More than 2,200 buildings destroyed in Hawaii wildfires, 80 dead
At least 80 people have died so far in wildfires on Maui, Hawaii. More than 2,200 buildings have been damaged so far in tourist areas in the western part of Japan, and there are concerns that the impact will be prolonged.
National public servants responding to the Diet continue to work overtime Government survey
During the regular session of the Diet this year, on average, the time when each government office finished preparing answers to questions from members of parliament in advance was after 1:30 am on the day of the committee meeting. We can see the fact that civil servants continue to work overtime.
Nadeshiko Japan players return home, welcomed by many fans
The players of the Japan national team, Nadeshiko Japan, who finished in the quarter-finals for the first time in two tournaments at the Women's World Cup held in Australia and New Zealand, have returned to Japan. KUMAGAI Saki, who was welcomed by many fans, said, "I once again felt that our hard work will lead to the future of women's football in Japan."