Ukrainian military reverse offensive conflict with US over strategy?
Regarding the reversal offensive, which the Ukrainian military is advancing but has been pointed out to be delayed, a leading American newspaper reports that there is a conflict between Ukraine and the United States over strategies such as where to concentrate forces. .
Soccer WE League First official match after World Cup Nadeshiko Naomoto vows to boost
In the women's soccer WE League, the first official match after the World Cup was held, and in the match between Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Urawa Red Diamonds and Jeff Chiba, Japan national team player Hikaru Namoto said, "Playing for the first time makes people want to come again. I want to do my best to be able to do it," he vowed to liven up the league.
Discharge of treated water Harassment phone calls from China Japanese Embassy "Strict response"
China The Japanese embassy in Beijing has responded to the handling of treated water accumulated at the Tokyo Electric Power Company Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, and has received a series of harassing phone calls from China to individuals and groups in Japan. We ask that you take strict action against them.
Record heavy rain near Ono City, Fukui Prefecture Danger of disaster approaches
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, around 100 millimeters of rain fell in the vicinity of Ono City in Fukui Prefecture, according to radar analysis. In Shimoyama, Ono City, Fukui Prefecture, a torrential rain of 98 mm was observed in one hour until 8:00 pm. Due to the imminent danger of a disaster, the Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for people to announce "record-breaking short-term heavy rain information" to ensure safety.
Prime Minister Kishida “Steady Implementation of Investment in Africa” TICAD 30th Anniversary Event
An event commemorating the 30th anniversary of the launch of TICAD (Tokyo International Conference on African Development) was held in Tokyo, and Prime Minister Kishida made steady progress in investing in renewable energy and other environmental fields in order to boost the growth of Africa. I emphasized some ideas.
Ukrainian military launches largest drone strike in Crimea
The Ukrainian military, which continues its reversal offensive, is believed to have carried out the largest drone strike in Crimea, southern Ukraine, which Russia unilaterally annexed. The Ukrainian army continues its counteroffensive in the southern Zaporizhzhya region and other areas, and also advances its attacks on Crimea, intensifying the swaying of the Russian side.
Heatstroke or a man in his 90s Falls in a field and stops cardiopulmonary Iwate Kunohe village
On the afternoon of the 26th, a man in his 90s was found unconscious in a field in Kunohe Village, Iwate Prefecture, and was taken to a medical institution. According to the police and fire department, the man is considered to be heat stroke and is in a state of cardiopulmonary arrest.
Komei Yamaguchi postpones visit to China China side “not the right time”
Komeito has announced that it will postpone Yamaguchi's visit to China, which was scheduled to begin on the 28th. It is believed that the release of treated water accumulated at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the sea was said to have been reported by the Chinese side as saying that it was "not the right timing in light of the situation in Japan-China relations."
Awa Odori's "Premium Box Seats" Provided in Violations of the Building Standards Act
At the Awa Odori Festival in Tokushima City, which was held this month, seats were provided in a state in which the highest-class seat, 200,000 yen per person, was introduced for the first time this year, but the width of the stairs did not meet the standards and violated the Building Standards Act. I found out by interviewing the city.
LRT opens connecting Utsunomiya City and Haga Town.
For the first time in Japan, the LRT = next-generation streetcar, which has all new tracks, opened on the 26th, connecting Utsunomiya City and neighboring Haga Town.
Two children injured after being hit by a personal watercraft Man arrested for driving unlicensed
On the afternoon of the 26th, two children were hit by a personal watercraft at Lake Biwa in Otsu City and were transported to a hospital with head injuries. Police arrested a 35-year-old suspect for driving an unlicensed personal watercraft and are investigating the circumstances at the time.
Protests over treated water International calls to public facilities in Edogawa Ward, Tokyo
International calls that are not directly related to work, such as words that curse public facilities in Edogawa Ward, Tokyo from the 24th in multiple languages, and content that protests against the handling of treated water that accumulates at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Incoming calls came one after another, and the ward responded by reporting to the police and disseminating another number to the users of the facility.
A 0-year-old boy transported from a parking lot in Kitakyushu City Confirmed dead at hospital
According to the police, around 1:00 pm on the 26th, a 0-year-old boy was transported to a hospital from a parked car in a parking lot of a commercial facility in Yahatanishi Ward, Kitakyushu City, and was confirmed dead soon after. The deceased was Kisoo Nakayama in Kokurakita Ward, Kitakyushu City, and according to the fire department, his mother reported that his son was unwell. In Yahatanishi Ward, Kitakyushu City, the maximum temperature of 32.9 degrees was observed at 1:12 pm on the 26th. Police are investigating the details of the situation.
Atmospheric instability in north to western Japan Heavy rain in Kagawa Akita Beware of landslide disasters
Due to the effects of warm and moist air, the atmospheric conditions have become extremely unstable over a wide area from northern Japan to western Japan, and heavy rain is believed to have fallen in Akita and Kagawa prefectures. The Meteorological Agency is calling for strict vigilance against landslide disasters, as the atmosphere continues to be unstable and the ground is loose in some places.
Record-breaking heavy rain information near the northern part of Kazuno City, Akita
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, in the northern part of Kazuno City in Akita Prefecture, radar analysis indicates that about 110 mm of torrential rain fell in one hour until 5:20 pm on the 26th. Due to the imminent danger of a disaster, the Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for people to announce "record-breaking short-term heavy rain information" to ensure safety.
Soaring fuel oil prices “Formulation of economic measures and supplementary budget proposals” Liberal Democratic Party Secretary-General Motegi
As prices continue to rise, Secretary-General Motegi of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) has decided to take immediate measures to deal with rising prices of gasoline and other fuel oil, and to formulate full-scale economic measures in the fall, including responses to electricity and gas rates. I showed the idea that it is necessary to formulate a supplementary budget for this year.
Tritium ``undetected'' in fish around Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Fisheries Agency
In response to the discharge of treated water accumulated at the Tokyo Electric Power Company Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station into the sea, the Fisheries Agency analyzed the concentration of tritium in fish caught in the sea area around the nuclear power plant, and found that the concentration was below the lower limit of detection, and "non-detected." ' was announced.
Liberal Democratic Party Chairman Hagiuda "China should resume imports of Japanese marine products"
Regarding China's complete suspension of imports of Japanese marine products due to the release of treated water accumulated at the Tokyo Electric Power Company's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station into the sea, the Liberal Democratic Party's political research chairman Hagiuda said that exports and imports were banned due to political speculation. I asked for a prompt restart as it should not be stopped.
Kagawa Part of Mannou Town 67 households 160 people evacuated
At 3:00 pm on the 26th, Mannou Town, Kagawa Prefecture issued an evacuation order to 160 people in 67 households in the east of the coalhouse, saying that there was a risk of landslides due to heavy rain. This information corresponds to alert level 4 out of 5 alert levels. The town is urging everyone to evacuate immediately from dangerous areas.
Professional baseball Chunichi Yohei Oshima achieves 2000 hits 55th person in history
Yohei Oshima, a 37-year-old professional baseball player in Chunichi, hit in front of the center in the second at-bat of the third inning against DeNA at Vantelin Dome Nagoya on the 26th, achieving a total of 2,000 hits. did.
Prime Minister Kishida plans to compile countermeasures against "overtourism" in the fall
As the number of tourists from overseas is expected to increase, Prime Minister Kishida said that "overtourism", which causes various adverse effects due to the number of tourists exceeding the limit in Naha City, where he is visiting, has become an issue. He also expressed his intention to compile measures in the fall of this year.
Record-breaking heavy rain information near Mannou Town, Kagawa
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, around Mannou Town in Kagawa Prefecture, radar analysis indicates that about 90mm of torrential rain fell in an hour until 2:10 pm on the 26th. Due to the imminent danger of a disaster, the Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for people to announce "record-breaking short-term heavy rain information" to ensure safety.
JT "invoice system" notice of reduction to farmers who do not register JFTC pays attention
Regarding the "invoice system" starting in October, it was found that JT = Japan Tobacco Industry had told farmers who did not register with the system that they would reduce the payment amount, and according to those involved, the Fair Trade Commission said that It is said that JT was warned that the response could lead to violation of the Antimonopoly Act. JT says it has agreed with farmers' unions to take transitional measures.
Two unknown cargo ship collision accident Japan Transport Safety Board starts investigation Wakayama
On the 24th, cargo ships collided off the coast of Wakayama Prefecture and one ship capsized, and the Japan Coast Guard Headquarters continues to search for two missing people. On the other hand, the National Transportation Safety Board has started an on-site investigation to investigate the cause of the accident.
Discharge of treated water China and North Korea criticize at UN Security Council, Japan counterarguments
At the United Nations Security Council, China and North Korea jointly made statements criticizing Japan's response to the sea discharge of treated water accumulated at the Tokyo Electric Power Company's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. There was a scene where I repeatedly argued that I should speak based on it.
For the first time in 4 years, the emperor and his wife, at the place where they met for the first time
On the morning of the 26th, while recuperating in Karuizawa, Nagano Prefecture, the Emperor and Empress visited the tennis court where they met for the first time in four years.
Astronaut Satoshi Furukawa boarding private spacecraft to launch today
A private spacecraft boarded by Japanese astronaut Satoshi Furukawa will be launched from Florida, USA to the International Space Station on the evening of the 26th, Japan time.
656 national treasures and important cultural properties at high risk of flooding and landslides
The Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, which uses GIS (geographical information system) technology, found that 656 buildings throughout Japan designated as national treasures and important cultural properties are located in areas with a high risk of flooding and landslides due to heavy rain. I found out through my own research. The researcher who conducted the survey points out that, ``Cultural properties have traditionally had a high priority on fire protection, but measures against flood damage are also necessary.''
Shohei Ohtani hits two bases against Mets Kodai Senga
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani, who damaged his right elbow ligament, started on the 25th as a designated hitter against the Mets and hit a two-base hit from the opponent's starting pitcher, Kodai Senga.
``Rover'' equipped with Indian unmanned probe travels on the moon
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is the first in the world to successfully land near the South Pole of the Moon. I posted a video showing how it was done.
Ukrainian Government Adds JT Overseas Subsidiaries To War Supporter List
The Ukrainian government has announced that JT, an overseas subsidiary of Japan Tobacco, has added it to the list of "war supporters" for continuing its business and supporting Russia economically, which continues to undergo military aggression. This is the first time that a subsidiary of a Japanese company has been designated.
Russia's presidential office denies involvement in Russian plane crash
Prigozhin, the head of the Russian private military company Wagner, is believed to have died in a private jet crash, and the Russian presidential office has said that the speculations of the West are completely false, and that the Putin administration was involved in the crash. I completely rejected the view.
China suspends all imports of Japanese marine products Japanese government considers additional support measures for fisheries industry
In response to China's announcement that it would completely stop importing Japanese marine products over the release of treated water accumulated at the Tokyo Electric Power Company Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station into the sea, the government announced that the impact on the domestic fishery industry would be Considering this to be a large issue, we have begun considering the possibility of taking additional support measures.
Typhoon No. 9 and No. 10 Pay attention to future information
Typhoon No. 10, which is heading north in the waters near Minamitorishima, is expected to move northward in the seas east of Japan toward the beginning of the week, and waves are expected to rise on the Pacific side of Kanto and Tohoku on the 28th. Meanwhile, Typhoon 9 is moving slowly southward over the seas east of the Philippines and is expected to move northward next week, so keep an eye out for updates on the two typhoons.
Voluntary questioning by Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office against lawmaker Akimoto Case of offshore wind power generation
In a case in which Maritoshi Akimoto, a member of the House of Representatives, received approximately 30 million yen from a wind power generation company over an offshore wind power generation project, the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office's Special Investigation Department voluntarily interviewed Akimoto. I got it from the interview. The Special Investigation Department is believed to have asked for an explanation about the flow and purpose of the received funds.
Hokuriku Railway Ishikawa Line continues to be in the red, but it is difficult to convert to a bus, to survive on the railway
Amid discussions on whether to continue or abolish deficit local railways across the country, it was difficult to switch to buses on the Hokuriku Railway Ishikawa Line in Ishikawa Prefecture. was found through interviews with stakeholders. Experts point out that it is becoming difficult to switch to buses on deficit routes due to the influence of the "2024 problem" in which the shortage of drivers such as buses becomes serious.
World Athletics Championships: Javelin Thrower Shinka Kitaguchi wins gold medal in Paris Olympics
In the women's javelin throw final at the World Athletics Championships, last year's bronze medalist, Haruka Kitaguchi, won the gold medal in a come-from-behind throw with a mark of 66.73 meters in her sixth throw. This is the first time for a Japanese athlete to win a gold medal in this event, and Kitaguchi has been selected to represent Japan at the Paris Olympics next year.
In response to the Fed chairman's remarks, the New York market yen exchange rate temporarily fell to the lowest price
At the symposium "Jackson Hole Conference" on the 25th, Chairman Powell said, "We are ready to raise interest rates further." The movement to buy the dollar, which can be expected to yield, has strengthened. As a result, the yen exchange rate temporarily dropped to 1 dollar = 146 yen 60 sen level, renewing the lowest price of this year. A market insider said, "Some investors thought that Chairman Powell might relax his stance on monetary tightening due to concerns about the economic downturn, but we take it as a re-emphasis on his stance of prioritizing the control of inflation. I was told.”
Fed Chairman Powell ready to raise interest rates further if appropriate
US FRB = Federal Reserve Board Chairman Powell gave a speech at the "Jackson Hole Conference" held in western Wyoming on the 25th and said, "We are ready to raise interest rates further if we judge it appropriate." He reiterated his stance of prioritizing the control of inflation.