Shogi "Oza Tournament" Sota Fujii wins with 7 titles, making it 5-0 with 1 win and 1 loss
The second game of the ``Ozasen'', one of the eight major Shogi titles, was held in Kobe on the 12th, and after a heated battle of over 200 moves, Sota Fujii (21 ) defeated the title holder, Takuya Nagase (31), returning the standings to 1 win and 1 loss.
Big Motor suspends new graduate recruitment activities for next year and the spring after next year
It has been learned that Big Motor, a used car sales company, has suspended recruitment activities for new graduates who will join the company next year and the spring of the year after next. The company says this is in order to prioritize responding to customers and others regarding the issue of fraudulent insurance claims.
Even if the Hanshin Tigers do something like that, be careful of crowd accidents!
Hanshin Tigers' first "that" in 18 years is just around the corner. Many people are expected to gather at Dotonbori in Minami, Osaka. In the past, more than 5,000 fans jumped into the Dotonbori River. The local area is getting excited ahead of this event, but experts are cautioning that if people gather together, there is a risk of a crowd accident like the one that occurred in Seoul, South Korea last year.
Three 19-year-olds charged with driving with hidden license plates using duck floats
Last August, three 19-year-old company employees from Saitama Prefecture were accused of driving a car on a motorway in Yokohama with a duck float used for swimming sticking out of the trunk and hiding the license plate. A person has been sent to the prosecutor's office. Three people said that they were ``getting excited.''
Iwao Hakamada’s retrial scheduled to start on October 27th “I want to finish it within the fiscal year”
The court has proposed to the defense team and prosecutors a plan to start a retrial on October 27th for Iwao Hakamada, who was sentenced to death for the murder of a family of four in Shizuoka Prefecture 57 years ago. , announced their intention to ``complete all hearings by the end of the fiscal year.''
Prime Minister Kishida plans to reshuffle his cabinet tomorrow; 11 people will be inducted for the first time; 5 women will be inducted, the highest number ever
In the cabinet reshuffle to be held on the 13th, Prime Minister Kishida solidified the lineup of all his cabinet members. He retained Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno, Finance Minister Suzuki, and others to maintain the structure of his administration, while appointing former Justice Minister Yoko Kamikawa as Minister of Foreign Affairs, resulting in five women joining the Cabinet, the most ever. Ta.
Aki Yashiro will suspend her activities by the end of the year to focus on diagnosis and treatment of "Korigen disease"
Singer Aki Yashiro has been diagnosed with ``Korigen disease,'' which is said to be caused by an abnormality in the immune system, and has announced that she will suspend her activities by the end of the year to focus on treatment.
11 years after nationalization of the Senkaku Islands, China’s “northern-deployed ships” become more active
It has been 11 years since the Senkaku Islands in Okinawa Prefecture were nationalized. In the surrounding waters, ships operated by the Chinese Coast Guard are a regular occurrence. NHK analyzed the movements of ships operated by the Japan Coast Guard using data sent by AIS (Automatic Identification System) installed on ships, and found that in recent years there has been a significant increase in activity in waters north of the Senkaku Islands. I found out that (Society Department reporter Tatsuya Yamashita)
Nagasaki Tsushima City Council adopts a petition requesting acceptance of ``nuclear waste'' literature research
On the 12th, the Tsushima City Council in Nagasaki Prefecture voted in favor of a petition requesting that the city proceed with the first stage of ``literature research'' regarding the selection of a disposal site for so-called ``nuclear waste.'' It is up to the mayor to decide whether or not to apply for the literature survey, and Mayor Masaru Hita has indicated that he will make his thoughts known during the council meeting, which runs until the end of this month.
Cabinet reshuffle to appoint Yoshitaka Shindo as Minister in charge of economic revitalization
In the cabinet reshuffle to be held on the 13th, Prime Minister Kishida has confirmed his intention to appoint former Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Yoshitaka Shindo, a member of the Mogi faction of the Liberal Democratic Party, as Minister in charge of economic revitalization.
Cabinet reshuffle: Shinako Tsuchiya to be appointed as Minister of Reconstruction for the first time
In a cabinet reshuffle, Prime Minister Kishida has confirmed his intention to appoint Shinako Tsuchiya, a member of the independent Liberal Democratic Party, as Minister of Reconstruction. This is Tsuchiya's first time in the cabinet.
Cabinet reshuffle: Komei Tetsuo Saito, Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism to remain in office
In the cabinet reshuffle to be held on the 13th, Prime Minister Kishida has confirmed his intention to retain Komeito's Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Tetsuo Saito.
Cabinet reshuffle to appoint Yoko Kamikawa as Minister of Foreign Affairs
In the cabinet reshuffle to be held on the 13th, Prime Minister Kishida has confirmed his intention to appoint Yoko Kamikawa, former Minister of Justice of the Liberal Democratic Party's Kishida faction, as Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Cabinet reshuffle: Ichiro Miyashita to be appointed as Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries for the first time
In the cabinet reshuffle to be held on the 13th, Prime Minister Kishida has confirmed his intention to appoint Ichiro Miyashita, a member of the Liberal Democratic Party's Abe faction, as Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. This is Miyashita's first time in the cabinet.
Hanshin is back to “That” for the first time in 18 years, with flags with “two letters” already on display in local shopping streets
Hanshin fans have been waiting for this event for the first time in 18 years. In the Kansai region, there are movements to prepare for "that time." In the shopping district of Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, where the team's home stadium, Koshien Stadium, is located, locals are already enthusiastically cheering for the team, holding up flags with the two letters ``are.''
Cabinet reshuffle: Junji Suzuki to be appointed as Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications for the first time
In the cabinet reshuffle to be held on the 13th, Prime Minister Kishida has confirmed his intention to appoint Junji Suzuki, a member of the Liberal Democratic Party's Abe faction, as Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications. Suzuki is his first cabinet appointment.
Johnny’s issue “insufficient response” Representative secretary of Keizai Doyukai Niinami
At a regular press conference on the 12th, Niinami, representative secretary of the Japan Association of Corporate Executives, stated that Johnny's Office's response to the issue of Johnny Kitagawa's sexual assault was "insufficient," and urged relief for the victims. I recognized that it should be done.
Record heavy rain causes water mixed with soil in cowsheds, causing damage including death of dairy cows, Chiba Kamogawa
Record-breaking heavy rains on September 8 caused major damage in the mountainous area of Kamogawa City, Chiba Prefecture, with soil-laced water flowing from rivers into cowsheds, killing dairy cows and damaging farm equipment.
Director Hamaguchi talks about his joy at winning the Grand Jury Prize at the Venice International Film Festival
Director Ryusuke Hamaguchi and star Hitoshi Omika, who directed the movie "Evil Does Not Exist," which won the Grand Jury Prize at the Venice International Film Festival in Italy, one of the world's three major film festivals, were in Tokyo on the 12th. He held a press conference and expressed his joy at receiving the award.
The British doctor who created the world's first cloned sheep, Dolly, dies
Dr. Ian Wilmut, a British embryologist known for creating the world's first cloned sheep, Dolly, has passed away. He was 79 years old.
President Putin gives speech at international conference in Vladivostok
On the 12th, President Putin of Russia gave a speech at the plenary session of the International Economic Conference held in Vladivostok in the Far East, saying, ``Western countries are destroying the world financial, trade, and economic systems that they themselves have built.'' He also criticized Western countries, which have deepened their conflict over the situation in Ukraine, including tightening sanctions on Russia.
Sumo wrestler Tokusho Ryu retires, winning for the first time in 20 years as a sumo wrestler in Makujiri three years ago
Ryu Tokusho, who won his first Grand Sumo Tournament three years ago as a sumo wrestler from Makujiri, the lowest rank in the makuuchi, for the first time in 20 years, retired from active wrestling and took on the name Sendagawa, which was his old name.
Cabinet reshuffle: Seiji Kihara, Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary to be replaced
In the cabinet reshuffle to be held on the 13th, Prime Minister Kishida has confirmed his intention to replace Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Seiji Kihara, a member of the Liberal Democratic Party's Kishida faction.
Mayor urges people not to come to Shibuya Station for Halloween
With 50 days left until Halloween on October 31st, Tokyo's Shibuya Ward Mayor Ken Hasebe told a press conference, ``Please do not come to the area around Shibuya Station for Halloween.''
A special train headed north that Kim Jong-un may have boarded?
Russian railway officials have revealed that a special train that may have carried North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is continuing northward, rather than heading toward Vladivostok in the Far East. Russian state media also reported that the special train was heading north. Along this route are Khabarovsk and the Amur Oblast Cosmodrome, and there is interest in the destination of the special train and the location of the summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Cabinet reshuffle: Shunichi Suzuki to remain Minister of Finance
In the cabinet reshuffle to be held on the 13th, Prime Minister Kishida has confirmed his intention to retain Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki, a member of the Liberal Democratic Party's Aso faction.
Okayama fire that killed 3 people ``Fire broke out during visit due to trouble'' Management company
On the 11th, a fire broke out in an apartment in Okayama City, killing three people. The president of the management company who was at the scene said, ``The fire started inside when they visited the apartment to discuss problems with the rent and noise.'' This was revealed through interviews with police and other sources. Police are investigating the cause and detailed circumstances of the fire by conducting an on-site inspection with the fire department.
Johnny's Former Talents and Others "Abolish the Statute of Limitations for Sexual Crimes Against Children"
A former talent affiliated with Johnny & Associates, who has accused Johnny Kitagawa of sexual assault, attended a meeting of the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan and called for the statute of limitations to be abolished, citing the difficulty of suing for sexual crimes against children. .
Cabinet reshuffle: Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno to remain in office
In the cabinet reshuffle to be held on the 13th, Prime Minister Kishida has confirmed his intention to retain Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno, a member of the Liberal Democratic Party's Abe faction.
Wheat sales price announced to be reduced by more than 11% from October for the first time in three years
The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries has announced that the price at which wheat imported by the government is sold to flour milling companies will be reduced by more than 11% starting next month. This is the first time in three years that the selling price has been lowered.
JR Hokkaido suspends operation of some sections of conventional lines due to heavy rain
JR Hokkaido has suspended operation on some sections of its conventional lines due to localized heavy rain or heavy rain expected in southern Hokkaido, and as of 10:55 a.m., 37 trains including limited express and local trains have been suspended. The book has been discontinued.
Approximately 11,710 homes in Hokkaido have power outage
According to Hokkaido Electric Power, as of 11:30 a.m., approximately 11,710 homes in Hokkaido are experiencing power outages.
“Ordinary tax allocation tax will be delivered early to areas affected by Typhoon No. 13” Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Matsumoto
Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Matsumoto has instructed 13 cities and towns, including Chiba Prefecture, which were severely damaged by Typhoon No. 13, to accelerate the issuance of ordinary tax allocations.
First release of treated water completed; Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Nishimura ``Proceeding safely''
Regarding the first release of treated water accumulated at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, which was completed on the 11th, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Nishimura acknowledged that the process was proceeding safely, and released the release for the purpose of countering rumors. He expressed his intention to do everything possible to support fisheries businesses and other businesses based on government support measures totaling more than 100 billion yen.
Two people sent to prosecutors for sale of the endangered fern ``Yashinode''
Two gardeners and others have been filed for violation of the Species Conservation Act for allegedly selling Yashainode, a fern plant whose collection and transfer are prohibited in principle because it is in danger of extinction, at an online auction without notification. I was sent to prosecutors.
Municipal junior high school principal: Multiple girls in confiscated video camera? Tokyo's Nerima Ward
The principal of a junior high school in Tokyo's Nerima Ward was arrested for possessing indecent images of young girls, and investigators have discovered that the video camera seized contained images and videos that appeared to be of multiple girls. I found this out through interviews with people.
JR Sotobo Line resumes operations on all lines for the first time in 4 days, with customers expressing joy over the restoration
The JR Sotobo Line, which had been suspended in some sections in Chiba Prefecture due to record heavy rain, resumed operation on the entire line from the morning of the 12th, and passengers expressed their joy at the restoration.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's private train enters Russia
According to Russian state television, citing railway officials, a special train carrying North Korean leader Kim Jong Un crossed the border into Russia on the morning of the 12th, Japan time. is. President Putin is already in Vladivostok in the Far East, and it is expected that a second summit meeting will be held between the two sides.
Shogi "Oza Tournament" 2nd game: Will Sota Fujii return with one win after losing the first match?
The second game of the ``Ozasen'', one of the eight major shogi titles, has begun in Kobe City. All eyes will be on whether Sota Fujii (21), who lost his first match, will regain one win, or whether Takuya Nagase (31) will defend his title with consecutive wins.
Liberal Democratic Party executive reshuffle to be held tomorrow, left to Prime Minister Kishida
The Liberal Democratic Party held a board meeting on the morning of the 12th and decided to leave the decision to the president, Prime Minister Kishida, regarding the personnel changes to be held on the 13th.
Shohei Ohtani suddenly removed from starting lineup
Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Angels, who is suffering from a right side injury, was suddenly removed from the starting lineup for the game against the Mariners on the 11th. Otani was initially placed in the announced starting lineup as No. 2 and designated hitter, but this was changed about an hour later and canceled before the game started.
Atmospheric conditions are unstable mainly in eastern and northern Japan; caution against flooding of low-lying land
The atmospheric conditions are becoming unstable mainly in eastern and northern Japan due to the influence of warm and humid air. Be wary of flooding in low-lying areas and landslides, and be careful of rising river water, lightning strikes, and gusts of wind.
Earthquake in Morocco: Widespread damage, issue on how to distribute aid
The strong earthquake that struck Morocco in North Africa on the 8th has killed more than 2,800 people so far, and as of 7 a.m. Japan time on the 12th, it has been 72 hours since the earthquake, which is said to have sharply reduced the survival rate. Rescue efforts are continuing in various parts of the country. On the other hand, the affected areas are spread over a wide area, and how to distribute support has become a major issue.
President Putin and Kim Kim meet to discuss weapons?
Russia and North Korea announced that Kim Jong Un, the leader of the country, will soon visit Russia and meet with President Putin. As the military invasion of Ukraine continues to prolong, Russia appears to be aiming to discuss the provision of weapons.
22 years after the September 11 terrorist attacks, family members pray at memorial ceremony at building site
On the 11th, marking the 22nd anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks in the United States in 2001, a memorial service was held at the site of the World Trade Center in New York, and the bereaved families in attendance offered prayers based on the time when the attacks occurred.
Considering the appointment of Prime Minister Kishida, Chairman of the General Affairs Committee, Mr. Moriyama, and election committee chairman, Mr. Obuchi.
Prime Minister Kishida is rushing to make arrangements for a cabinet reshuffle on the 13th and personnel changes to the Liberal Democratic Party's executive ranks. Regarding the appointment of LDP executives, we are considering appointing Moriyama, chairman of the election strategy committee, as chairman of the general affairs committee, and Obuchi, director of the organization campaign, as chairman of the election strategy committee.
There is a growing movement to review contracts with Johnny's talent over sexual assault issues
In response to the issue of Johnny Kitagawa's sexual assault, there is a growing movement among companies to reconsider their relationships, with Suntory Holdings deciding not to sign new contracts with talents affiliated with Johnny's Entertainment.
Tokyo Komae incident: 4 members of special fraud group re-arrested on suspicion of robbery and murder
In a series of wide-area robberies in which a 90-year-old woman was assaulted to death at a residence in Komae City, Tokyo, the Metropolitan Police Department revealed that four members, including executives from a special fraud group, gave instructions to the perpetrators from an immigration facility in the Philippines. According to interviews with investigators, they have decided to arrest him again on suspicion of robbery and murder.
Yotsuya Otsuka, former lecturer on indecency with girls, did he write a novel with similar content?
A former instructor at Yotsuya Otsuka, a major junior high school entrance cram school, was arrested for forcing female students to perform indecent acts and secretly filming them. An interview with the Metropolitan Police Department revealed that he appears to have been writing a novel. The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating whether this is related to the incident.