[Professional baseball results] Leading Orix wins, moves to magic “5”
Six professional baseball games were played, and in the Pacific League, Orix, who was in first place, won and Lotte, who was in second place, lost, so the magic number for Orix to win the championship was reduced to 5.
Yokohama ramen store manager murder case: Relative of 35-year-old arrested on suspicion of murder
On the 15th, a 33-year-old manager of a ramen shop in Yokohama was murdered, and police suspect that the 35-year-old suspect, a relative of the manager and an employee of the same shop, was involved in the incident. was arrested on suspicion of murder.
17-year-old Kinoshita wins with a new Asian record on the second day of the Japan Para Swimming Championships
On the second day of the Japan Para swimming competition, where top athletes expected to perform at next year's Paris Paralympic Games participated, the finals of the women's 100m freestyle and intellectual disability class were held, with 17-year-old Aira Kinoshita winning the 1 minute. He won by setting a new Asian record of 0.91 seconds.
Soccer J1 Round 27 Kashiwa Reysol wins against Yokohama FC in battle to remain
The remaining two games of Round 27 of J1, the first division of the J League, were played. Reysol won 2-1 in the match between 16th place Kashiwa Reysol and 17th place Yokohama FC, who were fighting to stay in J1.
Mie Hospital raises research funds to treat egg allergy in children due to lack of funds
National Hospital Organization Mie Hospital, which is researching a new treatment method for children with severe egg allergies, is collecting 8 million yen in donations via the Internet starting this month to make up for the lack of research funds.
Russian military repeats attacks on agricultural export bases in Ukraine
The Ukrainian military said on the 17th that Russian forces carried out a missile and drone attack that damaged agricultural facilities in the southern Odesa region. Russia has repeatedly attacked agricultural export hubs in Ukraine.
Sumo Autumn Tournament Chunichi Day 8 All three ozeki lose
The Autumn Sumo Tournament was on its 8th day in Chunichi, and all three ozekis, Kirishima, Takakeisho, and Toyo Shoryu, were defeated.
North Korean leader Kim departs from Vladivostok suburbs on private train to border
A Russian railway official told NHK that the special train carrying North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was headed for Hasan station along the border with North Korea and would arrive in a few hours. It has been revealed that it is a prospect.
A man in his 50s dies after falling from a cliff on Mt. Kitahotaka.
On the morning of the 17th, a man in his 50s who was visiting Mt. Kitahotaka in the Northern Alps to go rock climbing fell off a cliff and died.
Hisashi Iwakuma and Munenori Kawasaki teach children at baseball class Morioka
A baseball class was held in Morioka City by Hisashi Iwakuma and Munenori Kawasaki, who played in Japanese professional baseball and the American Major League Baseball, where children received lessons on powerful pitching and sharp batting tips.
Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress attend the “Nationwide Sea Enrichment Conference” Hokkaido
The ``National Conference on Creating a Rich Sea,'' which calls for the protection of marine resources and the preservation of the marine environment, was held in Hokkaido with the Emperor and Empress in attendance.
Tomorrow is "Respect for the Aged Day" - 1 in 10 people will be over 80 years old, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications population estimates
The 18th is Respect for the Aged Day. According to population estimates by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, the proportion of people over 80 years old has exceeded 10% for the first time, and one in 10 people is over 80 years old.
Graves are being left unattended... "Unconnected graves" in more than half of the municipalities nationwide
Gravestones pile up in a corner of a vast cemetery. Some of them have names engraved on them, but all of them are abandoned graves because there is no one to take over them. A survey by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications revealed that these "unconnected graves" exist in public cemeteries across the country, but no progress has been made in sorting them out, and local governments are struggling. Graves are located in areas close to residents, and the impact is expected to become more serious in the future. (Social Affairs Department reporter Kota Iida)
Rugby World Cup Japan national team will play against England tomorrow from 4am
The Japanese national team, who are participating in the first round of the Rugby World Cup in France, will face the powerhouse England, the runners-up of the previous tournament, from 4:00 a.m. Japan time on the 18th. Japan will have a big chance to advance to the first league and will see if they can win against an opponent who has lost all of their past 10 matches.
Chunichi's Neo Neo will make his first appearance of the season as a starter in tomorrow's game against Hiroshima
It has been announced that professional baseball pitcher Akira Neo of Chunichi will make his first appearance this season as a starter against Hiroshima on the 18th.
``Japan's Best Imoni Party'' Hot Autumn Flavors in a Large Pot Over 6m in Diameter, Yamagata
Japan's No. 1 Imoni Party, a Yamagata tradition in which imoni is made in a giant pot over 6 meters in diameter, was held in Yamagata City, and many people enjoyed the piping hot autumn flavors.
“Disaster Prevention” begins, introducing disaster prevention initiatives Yokohama
The ``Disaster Prevention Promotion National Convention'' and ``Disaster Prevention Promotion'' have begun in Yokohama City, with the participation of local governments and companies from all over the country to introduce disaster prevention initiatives.
Soccer Kogo Furuhashi contributed to victory with 1 goal and 1 assist, 4th goal of the season
On the 16th, Kogo Furuhashi of Celtic played in the Scottish Premier League, contributing one goal and one assist to the team's victory against Dundee.
China suspends imports of scallops; Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries exchanges opinions with fisheries officials Kushiro
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Miyashita held an exchange of views in Kushiro City, Hokkaido with people involved in the scallop fishing industry, which has been severely affected by China's complete suspension of imports of Japanese seafood, and discussed financial support and support for businesses. He expressed his intention to expand domestic consumption of scallops.
“General Secretary Kim inspects research facilities at Far Eastern Federal University” Russian state news agency
Russia's state news agency reported that North Korean General Secretary Kim Jong-un visited the Far Eastern Federal University on Russky Island in Vladivostok, Far East, on the morning of the 17th, guided by Governor Kozhemyako, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Kozlov, and others. I told them that I toured the university's research facilities. This was reported by Russia's state news agency at noon on the 17th Japan time.
"Smart trash bin" installed in Arashiyama, Kyoto; capacity increased by 5 times with automatic compression
Ahead of the fall foliage season, Kyoto City has installed garbage bins in Arashiyama that are equipped with automatic garbage compaction functions.
Thousands of volunteers in Iwaki City, Fukushima, flooded due to record heavy rains
In Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture, where many homes were flooded due to record heavy rains, many volunteers are celebrating their first consecutive holidays since disaster volunteer activities began in earnest. I'm helping clean up.
Minister of Economic Revitalization Shindo “Size of supplementary budget bill will be considered in cooperation with the ruling party”
Regarding new economic measures to be compiled within the next month, Minister of State for Economic Revitalization Shindo said in a Sunday debate on NHK that he would place emphasis on measures such as achieving wage increases that would keep up with rising prices, and that he did not know the size of the supplementary budget proposal to support it. He indicated his intention to proceed with consideration in cooperation with the ruling party.
Yokohama ramen shop manager dies due to blood loss. There are signs of a fight inside the store.
On the 15th, an incident at a ramen shop in Yokohama that resulted in the death of the shop's 33-year-old manager has revealed through interviews with investigators that there were signs of a fight inside the shop. The cause of death was blood loss, which appears to have been caused by a knife, and police have determined that it was a homicide and are conducting an investigation, including analyzing security cameras in the area.
Red Sox Masanao Yoshida 4 at-bats no-hitter, team loses 3 consecutive games
Masanao Yoshida of the Major League Red Sox participated in a game against the Blue Jays on the 16th, and was thwarted by the opponent's good defense, resulting in a no-hitter.
Worker dies while moving containers with crane truck Saitama
On the night of the 16th, a male worker who was moving a container by hanging from a crane truck at an industrial waste processing plant in Misato City, Saitama Prefecture, was hit hard inside the vehicle by the fall of the container and died. Did. Police are investigating the cause of the accident in detail, suspecting that the accident may have resulted in death due to professional negligence.
Athletics Diamond League Kitaguchi becomes the first Japanese athlete to become annual champion
Female javelin thrower Kitaguchi Shinka won the ``Final'' to determine the annual champion of the Diamond League, the world's highest athletics competition, becoming the first Japanese athlete to win the annual championship.
Iran announces cancellation of acceptance of some IAEA inspectors
IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) Director-General Grossi revealed that Iran has notified him that it will cancel acceptance of some of its inspectors who monitor its nuclear facilities. As Iran advances its nuclear development, there are concerns about the impact on inspection activities.
Evacuation order given to 8,804 households in Sasebo City, Nagasaki
Sasebo City, Nagasaki Prefecture, issued an evacuation order to 8,804 households and 22,551 people in the Yoshii, Sechihara, Kosasa, Emei, and Shikamachi districts at 7:30 a.m. due to the risk of landslides due to heavy rain. did. An "evacuation order" is information at alert level 4 of the five alert levels, and calls for everyone to evacuate from dangerous areas.
Today is another bitterly hot day, with some places experiencing extremely hot days with temperatures exceeding 35 degrees.
It is expected that the lingering heat will continue on the 17th, mainly in western and eastern Japan, with some places experiencing extreme heat with temperatures exceeding 35 degrees Celsius. Heatstroke warnings have been issued in areas such as the Kanto-Koshinetsu and Chugoku regions, so please take precautions such as drinking water regularly even if you are not thirsty.
North Korea's General Secretary Kim inspects the Russian Navy's Pacific Fleet, etc.
North Korea's state-run Korean Central News Agency reported on the 17th that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un visited Vladivostok, the capital city of Russia's Far East, on the 16th and inspected the Russian Navy's Pacific Fleet. Ta.
Government needs to develop airports and ports in preparation for emergencies; selection will focus on the Nansei Islands
The government believes that in order to strengthen its defense capabilities, it is necessary to develop airports and ports so that the Self-Defense Forces and Japan Coast Guard can utilize them in the event of an emergency. We are planning to hold discussions with local governments and other bodies.
21 years since the Japan-North Korea summit meeting, the victims should return to Japan while their parents are still alive
The 17th marks 21 years since the first Japan-North Korea summit meeting in which North Korea admitted to abducting Japanese nationals. As families waiting for immediate family members to return home are aging, and the sense of urgency that ``there is no time left'' is stronger than ever, families are hoping that all victims can be returned to Japan while their parents are still alive. We are asking for government efforts and North Korea's determination to make this a reality.
Extremely heavy rain in central Kyushu; strict warning against landslides
Due to the influence of the front and humid air, the atmospheric conditions are extremely unstable, mainly in Kyushu, and localized areas are experiencing extremely heavy rain. The Japan Meteorological Agency urges strict vigilance against landslides.
Evacuation orders issued to 6,215 households in three areas: Saga, Karatsu City, Hizen, Chinzei, and Yobuko.
At 6 a.m. on the 17th, Karatsu City, Saga Prefecture, announced an evacuation order for 14,594 people from 6,215 households in the Hizen, Chinzei, and Yobuko districts, citing an increased risk of landslides due to heavy rain. The information has been changed to an evacuation order. An evacuation order is information at alert level 4 of the five alert levels, and calls for everyone to evacuate from dangerous areas immediately.
Shohei Ohtani ends this season and will miss remaining games, team announced
Major League Baseball's Angels announced that Shohei Ohtani, who has been sidelined with a right side injury, will not play in the remainder of this season. Otani was placed on the injured list for 10 days on the 16th, marking the end of this season in which he continued to excel in both pitching and hitting.
Lies from a man claiming to be an employee of the Financial Services Agency or a lawyer caused approximately 38 million yen in damage
A woman in her 80s living in Nagano Prefecture was defrauded of approximately 38 million yen in cash after believing lies told over the phone by men claiming to be Financial Services Agency employees or lawyers. Police are investigating the case as a special case of fraud. Masu.
Rugby World Cup Japan national team final preparations for match against powerhouse England
The Japanese national team, who are playing in the first round of the Rugby World Cup in France, made their final preparations ahead of their second match against England, which will be held on the 18th, Japan time. Japan, who comfortably defeated Chile in the first round of the World Cup, will face England, the runner-up of the previous tournament, in their second match on the 18th of this month, Japan time, in Nice.
Kim Kim returns home today, giving an impression of military closeness with Russia
North Korean General Secretary Kim Jong-un, who is visiting Russia, is giving an impression of further military proximity between Russia and North Korea, such as by inspecting the Russian Navy's Pacific Fleet in Vladivostok, the capital city of the Far East. Kim is expected to conclude his visit on the 17th and depart for North Korea.
Confirmation of letters written by Hideyoshi Toyotomi from the time he served Nobunaga, deciphered after posting on SNS
During the Sengoku period, when Toyotomi Hideyoshi was serving Oda Nobunaga, a letter telling his vassals who rushed to the battle early to receive rewards was kept in an ordinary house in Shizuoka Prefecture, the University of Tokyo has learned. Confirmed by researchers at the Historiographical Institute. It is rare for a letter that reveals Hideyoshi's movements while he was a vassal of Nobunaga to be discovered, and progress was made in deciphering the letter after the owner posted a photo of the letter on social media.