Typhoon No. 13 has occurred and is likely to approach eastern Japan from the 7th onwards.
On the night of the 5th, Typhoon No. 13 formed in the sea south of Japan. The typhoon will move northward while developing slightly, and may approach eastern Japan after the 7th, so please pay attention to the latest information.
Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism issues strict warning to Skymark; aircraft inspection without breathalyzer test
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism issued a strict administrative guidance to the company, saying that an airline Skymark mechanic inspected the aircraft at Fukuoka Airport in June without conducting the alcohol test required by law. I did. Skymark has received a business improvement recommendation in February this year, saying that the maintenance manager worked under the influence of alcohol.
Record heavy rain near Ama-cho, Shimane Danger of disaster approaches
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, radar analysis indicates that around 100 millimeters of heavy rain fell in the hour up to 9:30 p.m. near Ama Town in Shimane Prefecture. As the risk of disaster is approaching, the Japan Meteorological Agency has issued a ``record-breaking heavy rain warning'' and is calling for everyone to ensure safety.
6th Linear rain belt may occur in Shikoku, warning of landslides, etc. Japan Meteorological Agency
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, atmospheric conditions are expected to become unstable from western Japan to northern Japan due to the influence of warm, humid air.In particular, in Shikoku, from the morning of the 6th to the afternoon, a ``linear precipitation belt'' will be formed in which developed rain clouds will form one after another. ” may occur, and the risk of disaster may increase rapidly. Please be wary of landslides, flooding of low-lying areas, rising water levels and flooding of rivers, and pay attention to future information from local governments.
Rugby World Cup Japan representative practice for the first time after entering the field
On the 5th, the Japanese national team, who are preparing for the Rugby World Cup in France, which starts on the 8th of this month, showed their first practice since arriving in the country, and the players worked up a sweat in the gym.
Shimane Evacuation order for part of Izumo city
Izumo City, Shimane Prefecture, issued an evacuation order for some areas of the city at 8 p.m., citing an increased risk of flooding of low-lying land and landslides due to heavy rain. The evacuation orders target ▽1,177 people from 422 households in the Ino district, ▽940 people from 384 households in the Kitahama district, ▽1,192 people from 512 households in the Saka district, and ▽2,292 people from 812 households in the Higashi district, for a total of 2,130 households and 5,601 people. I'm a person. The information is at alert level 4 of the five alert levels, and everyone is urged to evacuate from dangerous areas.
Prime Minister Kishida arrives in Indonesia and will hold a meeting with ASEAN tomorrow
Prime Minister Kishida arrived in Indonesia on the evening of the 5th. He attended a meeting with ASEAN on the 6th, and in addition to calling for cooperation to maintain and strengthen a free and open international order, he also explained the safety of releasing treated water accumulated at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, and promoted understanding. The idea is to
“DBS” to protect children from sexual crimes Expert meeting report compilation
The Japanese version of DBS is a new system that confirms that people who work with children have no record of sexual offenses. The Council of Experts of the Children's and Family Affairs Agency has established a certification system for after-school clubs and private cram schools, and has compiled a general report on how the system should be. Based on the opinions in the report, the government plans to proceed with the study toward institutionalization and aim to submit the bill to the next extraordinary session of the Diet.
Search for two people thrown into the sea after personal watercraft capsizes in Saga Karatsu City
According to the Karatsu Coast Guard Department in Saga Prefecture, two personal watercraft capsized about 100 meters off the coast of Nanatsugama, a scenic spot in Yagataishi, Karatsu City, Saga Prefecture, shortly after 4:30 p.m. on the 5th, and four people were thrown into the ocean. It means that it was thrown out to According to the Japan Coast Guard, two of the four people were rescued by the prefecture's disaster prevention helicopter and their injuries were not life-threatening, but there is information that the remaining two were swept away into a cave on the Nanatsukama cliff. The search is underway with the police and fire department.
4,195 people transported nationwide due to heatstroke from August 28th to September 3rd, triple the same period last year
The number of people who were taken to hospitals due to heatstroke in the week leading up to the 3rd, which was a severe lingering heat such as a series of dangerous heat, was more than 4,100 people nationwide, a decrease compared to the previous week, but the same period last year. A summary by the Fire and Disaster Management Agency of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications shows that the number is three times higher than that of the previous year.
ASEAN Summit begins; China's new map sparks opposition from member countries
The ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) summit opened on the 5th, and member states that have territorial disputes with China in the South China Sea voiced opposition over the new map that China announced last week.
Evacuation order given to a total of 117 households in two districts of Niigata and Itoigawa
Itoigawa City, Niigata Prefecture, issued an evacuation order at 5:10 p.m. for 77 people from 43 households in the Uta district of the city and 152 people from 74 households in the Sotonami district due to the risk of landslides. did. An "evacuation order" is information at alert level 4 of the five alert levels, and the city is urging everyone to evacuate from dangerous areas. The city has set up an evacuation center at the Aomi Lifelong Learning Center and is calling for people to evacuate.
Tokyo University of Agriculture boxing club 19-year-old male member arrested Possessing cannabis liquid
A 19-year-old male member of the Tokyo University of Agriculture boxing club was arrested by the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department for possessing a liquid containing cannabis ingredients. So far, three male members of this boxing club have been arrested for concealing marijuana, bringing the total number of arrests to four.
A series of falsifications have occurred on corporate websites, such as ``Bankruptcy proceedings have begun''; ``Take countermeasures''
There have been a number of cases where companies' websites have been defaced with false content such as ``they have started bankruptcy proceedings,'' and experts are calling for caution to take thorough security measures, such as keeping software up to date. Masu.
Kanagawa Atsugi Work begins to move cars left behind in multi-storey parking lot fire
Last month, a fire destroyed more than 150 cars in a pachinko parlor multi-storey parking lot in Atsugi City, Kanagawa Prefecture. Among the cars left at the scene, efforts were made to hand over the drivable cars to their owners. Work to move the vehicle outside the parking lot began on the 5th.
China's latest ``standard map'' claims jurisdiction over almost the entire South China Sea
The latest map released by the Chinese government in 2023 has caused a series of protests from related countries. The map claims jurisdiction over almost the entire South China Sea and territorial sovereignty over disputed territories with India. It is likely to have an impact on the discussions at the summit meeting.
Cluster bomb casualties rose to over 1,100 last year, most of them in Ukraine
International NGOs and other organizations have released a report stating that the number of deaths and injuries caused by highly lethal cluster bombs has significantly increased by over 1,100 people over the past year. Most of the casualties occurred in Ukraine, where Russia's military invasion continues, and NGOs have criticized the United States' provision of cluster bombs to Ukraine, saying it will cause more damage to civilians.
Hyogo Kami-cho Red snow crab first auction Up to 500,000 yen per crab
In Kami Town, Hyogo Prefecture, which faces the Sea of Japan, the first auction of the season was held after the ban on red snow crab fishing was lifted on the 1st of this month.
"Big Motor" herbicide detected on street trees in front of 9 stores; metropolitan government reports damage
Due to the problem of dead trees in front of the used car sales company "Big Motor", the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department is suspected of damaging the property of the trees in front of 9 stores in Tokyo where herbicide ingredients were detected. I have submitted a notification.
Record heavy rain near Itoigawa Aomi, Niigata, danger of disaster looming
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, radar analysis suggests that about 120 millimeters of heavy rain fell in the hour up to 4 p.m. near Aomi, Itoigawa City, Niigata Prefecture. As the risk of a disaster is approaching, the Japan Meteorological Agency has issued a ``record-breaking heavy rain warning'' and is urging people to ensure safety.
Exports of marine products to China decreased in July for the first time in two and a half years
The value of seafood exports to China in July this year was more than 23% lower than the same month of the previous year, the first decrease in two and a half years. China's strong opposition to the release of treated water accumulated at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant has had an effect, as China has stepped up inspections of marine products.
About 18,000 chickens die in August when record heat wave hits Ishikawa
During last month's record-breaking heat wave, a total of approximately 18,000 chickens died at poultry farms in Ishikawa Prefecture. Usually, more chickens die in the summer due to the heat, but this year the number of chickens has increased by 1.6 times compared to last year.
Consumer consultations related to big motors amounted to nearly 1,500 last year.
Last year, nearly 1,500 consumer consultations were received from all over the country regarding the used car sales company "Big Motor," and when the Consumer Affairs Agency analyzed the content, nearly half were related to cancellation, and some We found that there were also consultations such as ``The appraised amount was reduced after signing the contract.''
Chinese Foreign Minister Shows Strengthening Relations to Italian Foreign Minister ``One Belt, One Road'' Withdrawal?
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with Italian Foreign Minister Tajani in Beijing and expressed their commitment to strengthening the relationship between the two countries. The move appears to be aimed at detaining Italy, which has been reported to be withdrawing from China's mega-economic zone initiative "One Belt, One Road".
US White House: “Kim wants to hold summit-level talks with Russia”
The US White House has announced that there is information that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un wants to hold summit-level talks with Russia. American media have reported that Kim will visit Russia this month and meet with President Putin, raising concerns that the supply of weapons to be used in a military invasion of Ukraine will materialize.
Former Unification Church Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Nagaoka “A council meeting will be held on the 6th with questions such as the right to ask questions”
Regarding the issue of the former Unification Church, Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Nagaoka announced that he will hold a religious corporation council on the 6th with the right to ask questions. It seems that he will explain that he will ask the court to impose a ``fine'', which is one of the administrative penalties, because the cult has not responded appropriately to the exercise of the right to ask questions.
“Big Motor and Sompo Japan On-Site Inspection Notice” Finance Minister
Regarding the issue of fraudulent insurance claims by Big Motor, Financial Affairs Minister Suzuki announced that he has notified Big Motor and Sompo Japan Insurance that they will conduct on-site inspections. We will conduct a detailed investigation of the business management system, etc., and will take strict action if any problems are found.
One year after 3-year-old child dies and left behind on school bus, memorials are paid with flowers in Shizuoka
Five days have passed since a 3-year-old girl died of severe heat stroke after being left behind in a school bus at a certified children's center in Makinohara City, Shizuoka Prefecture. Flower stands have been set up in the parking lot of the children's school where the bus was parked, and many people have been visiting since the morning to pay their respects.
Elon Musk: “X’s ad revenue decline is due to pressure from Jewish groups”
Elon Musk, who owns the American social media giant formerly known as Twitter, has revealed that advertising revenue in the United States has fallen by 60%. They claim that this is because influential Jewish groups are pressuring companies not to advertise on X.
On-site inspection of two companies suspected of cartels such as drills for wood processing JFTC
This is related to the fact that the Fair Trade Commission conducted an on-site inspection on the 5th, suspecting that two companies in Hyogo Prefecture that manufacture and sell drills for wood processing were part of a cartel that unfairly raised prices. I found this out through interviews with people.
Government's emergency support measures to spend 20.7 billion yen due to suspension of seafood imports from China
In response to China's suspension of imports of Japanese marine products, the government decided at a cabinet meeting on the 5th to spend 20.7 billion yen from this fiscal year's budget contingency for emergency support measures for fishery businesses. Ta.
[Breaking news] Kyoto Animation arson murder case first trial coming soon - queue for tickets
The first trial of Shinji Aoba (45), who is charged with murder and arson in the Kyoto Animation studio fire that killed 36 employees, will soon be held at the Kyoto District Court. We will keep you updated on what the defendant will say at the trial, which begins at 10:30 a.m.
Shohei Ohtani suddenly withdraws due to right flank strain vs. Orioles on 4th
Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Angels suddenly had to withdraw from the game against the Orioles on the 4th, where he was scheduled to play as the No. 2 designated hitter due to tightness in his right side. Before the game, Ohtani took batting practice outdoors at his home base, Angel Stadium, but he appeared to be concerned about his side when taking a swing, and ended the practice with a frown on his face. .
Red Sox Masanao Yoshida hits 15th home run in 2 consecutive games, contributing to victory
Masanao Yoshida of the Major League Baseball Red Sox hit a No. 15 two-run homer against the Rays on the 4th, his first home run in two consecutive games in the Major Leagues, contributing to the team's third straight victory.
July household budget survey: 5% decrease compared to the same month last year, 5 consecutive months of decrease
According to the July household budget survey released by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, the amount spent on consumption by households of two or more people decreased by 5% in real terms, excluding price changes, compared to the same month of the previous year. Consumption per household was 281,736 yen for the fifth consecutive month of decline. Looking at the breakdown, ``Communications,'' which includes mobile phone charges, etc., decreased by 7.6%, and ``Education,'' which includes tuition fees and supplementary education, decreased by 19.8%.
Cubs Seiya Suzuki contributes to 2 hits and 3 RBIs including No. 15 home run
Seiya Suzuki of the Major League Cubs contributed to the team's consecutive wins against the Giants on the 4th with two hits and three RBIs, including his career-high 15th leadoff home run in the Major Leagues.
Truck catches fire in Sanyo Expressway tunnel; 8 injured in rear-end collision in Ako, Hyogo
In the early hours of the 5th, one truck caught fire in a tunnel on the Sanyo Expressway in Ako City, Hyogo Prefecture, and there was an accident in which multiple cars behind were rear-ended, injuring eight people, but all were life-threatening situations. It means that there is no Firefighting efforts are still continuing, and the Sanyo Expressway is closed to traffic in both directions near the scene.
Atmospheric instability in northern to western Japan; heavy rain in Hokkaido; strict warning against landslides
Warm, humid air has caused unstable atmospheric conditions across a wide area from northern to western Japan, with heavy rain falling in Hokkaido and areas where the risk of landslides is extremely high. The Japan Meteorological Agency urges strict vigilance against landslides.
Government asks China to immediately abolish import suspension of marine products
In response to China's complete suspension of imports of Japanese marine products, the government has announced an immediate abolition based on the RCEP (Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership) agreement, an economic partnership framework in which both Japan and China participate. I made a request for discussion.
[Updated from time to time] Russia invades Ukraine (movement on the 5th)
Russia's military invasion of Ukraine continues. Russian and Ukrainian forces continue to fight in various parts of Ukraine, and many civilians have fled the country. We will keep you updated on the developments surrounding the situation in Ukraine on the 5th (Japan time), including the situation of the battle and the diplomacy of the countries involved. (There is a 6-hour time difference between Japan, Ukraine, and Moscow, Russia)
'Putin is not a negotiable partner': Ukraine foreign minister
In an exclusive interview with NHK, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kuleba said that Russian President Vladimir Putin is "not someone with whom we can seriously negotiate," indicating that as long as President Vladimir Putin leads Russia, negotiations toward a ceasefire will not be possible. .
North Korea Kim General Secretary Plans to Meet with President Putin US Media Report
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un plans to visit Russia this month and meet with President Putin to discuss the provision of weapons to be used in the military invasion of Ukraine, American media reported.
Makinohara, Shizuoka: 1 year anniversary of child left behind on school bus; flower stand set up
Five days have passed since a 3-year-old girl died of severe heat stroke after being left behind in a school bus at a certified children's center in Makinohara City, Shizuoka Prefecture. On the 5th, a flower offering stand will be set up in the parking lot of the children's garden where the bus was stopped, and in memory of the girl.
Lotte Akira Sasaki Will return to the actual battle in September? Director Yoshii suggests
Regarding pitcher Aki Sasaki, whose registration as a first-team player in Lotte's professional baseball team was canceled due to a muscle tear in his left side, Manager Yoshii said, ``Looking at his recovery over the next few days, if there are no problems, I think he will be able to play in the actual game.'' , hinted at the possibility of returning to combat as early as this month, ahead of initial expectations.
Kyoto Animation arson murder case First trial today What will defendant Shinji Aoba say?
The first trial of Shinji Aoba (45), who is accused of murder and arson, will be held at the Kyoto District Court on the 5th in the case where the studio of "Kyoto Animation" was set on fire and 36 employees died. While four years have passed since the occurrence of the defendant who recovered from severe burns, it will be interesting to see what he will say about the background and motives of the incident in future trials.