Earthquake with a seismic intensity of 4 in Toshima Village, Kagoshima, no fear of tsunami
There was an earthquake at around 10:02 pm on the 11th. There is no need to worry about a tsunami from this earthquake. The epicenter was near the Tokara Islands, at a depth of 20 km, and the magnitude, which indicates the scale of the earthquake, is estimated to be 4.2. The seismic intensity of each municipality is as follows. ▼The seismic intensity was 4 in Nakanoshima, Kagoshima Prefecture.
Resolving problems with credit card payments Announced by payment system parent company JCB
Credit card company JCB has announced that the problem with credit card payments that has been occurring nationwide since the evening of the 11th has been resolved. There has been a problem with the payment system of Japan Card Network, a subsidiary of JCB that operates credit card payment systems, but the cause is unknown. As a result, credit card payments were no longer accepted at supermarkets, convenience stores, and JR stations across the country, which had a widespread impact on product purchases.
Hyogo Takarazuka Fire on the 6th floor of a 7-story municipal housing building kills 2 people
On the evening of the 11th, a fire broke out in a room in a municipal housing complex in Takarazuka City, Hyogo Prefecture, killing two people.
[Breaking news] Nationwide troubles occur with credit card payments
Since the evening of the 11th, problems have been occurring where credit card payments cannot be made at supermarkets and JR stations across the country, and credit card companies are investigating the impact.
Figure GP Series China Tournament Women's Singles Hina Yoshida wins her first victory
In the fourth round of the figure skating Grand Prix series in China, the second half of the women's singles free skate was held, and 18-year-old Hina Yoshida came from third place in the first half to win her first Grand Prix series victory.
Gathering ahead of 46 years since Megumi Yokota’s abduction: “We hope for a resolution as soon as possible”
November 15 marks 46 years since Megumi Yokota, a first-year junior high school student, was abducted by North Korea, and a rally was held in Niigata, where her family was separated from their immediate family for many years. They expressed their distress and asked the Japanese government to resolve the issue as soon as possible.
Ukrainian army announces ``heavy losses to Russia'' in eastern region where fierce fighting continues
The Ukrainian military has announced that it has inflicted heavy losses on the Russian side in the eastern region of Audiiivka, where fierce fighting continues. Meanwhile, Russia claims to have repulsed Ukrainian forces in the east and south, and fierce fighting appears to be continuing.
Autumn Review Administrative Reform Minister Kono “Needs to consider including review of the fund system”
The government's ``Autumn Review,'' a public examination of the country's business, has begun. Minister Kono, the Minister in charge of Administrative Reform, expressed the idea that there is a need to consider the funds that each ministry has set aside for policy promotion, including a review of the system.
Singer Junko Ohashi dies at age 73 with hit song “Silhouette Romance”
Singer Junko Ohashi, known for hit songs such as "Silhouette Romance", has passed away. She was 73 years old.
Hospital in Gaza Strip ``thousands evacuated'' as attacks intensify, rendering medical operations impossible
The Israeli military is moving troops toward a hospital in the northern Gaza Strip that the Islamic group Hamas claims has a key underground base. There were many patients and evacuated residents in hospitals, and amid concerns that the damage would spread, the Israeli military announced a new four-hour suspension of fighting in some areas and notified residents to evacuate to the south. Did.
The battle to remain in J1 is in a big mess, with 2 games left and the bottom three teams with a 2 point difference.
Six matches were played in Round 32 of J1 soccer, with bottom-placed Yokohama FC and 17th-placed Shonan Bellmare both winning, while 16th-placed Kashiwa Reysol drew a draw, leaving the competition for survival with a 2-point difference. It was a huge battle between the bottom three teams.
Sota Fujii 8-win “Ryuo-sen” 3rd consecutive victory, 4th title defense of this year
The fourth game of the ``Ryuo-sen'' seventh match, the pinnacle of the eight major Shogi titles, was held in Hokkaido, and the title holder, Sota Fujii, 8-dan (21), defeated the challenger, Takumi Ito, 7-dan (21). With a record of 4 wins and 0 losses, they defended their title for the fourth time this year by winning the Ryuo match three times in a row.
Preventing “Isoyake” Activities to protect seaweed that absorbs CO2 in the sea of Kanagawa and Hayama
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions has become a global issue, and the carbon dioxide "blue carbon" that seaweed absorbs is attracting attention, and an effort to conserve seaweed was carried out in Hayama Town, Kanagawa Prefecture.
Prince Akishino and his wife attend the National Tree Festival in Ibaraki
The National Tree Tree Festival, which calls for the importance of protecting and nurturing forests, began on the 11th in Ibaraki Prefecture, with Prince Akishino and his wife caring for trees that were once planted by the Emperor and his wife.
JAXA Space Transport Vessel “HTV-X” Control Room and Other Special Openings Ibaraki Tsukuba
At the Tsukuba Space Center of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) in Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture, a special event was held to open the control room and other areas that are normally off-limits to the public, and the event was crowded with many parents and children.
Jingu Gaien redevelopment Event to seek understanding from business operators Explanation of the benefits of redevelopment
A business operator redeveloping Meiji Jingu Gaien in Tokyo held an event to help people understand the redevelopment while getting close to nature.
Number of “anniversary” registrations for November 11th This year it came in second place… What month and day was it in first place?
November 11th is considered a commemorative date for many reasons, including the fact that there are four 1's in a row, making it easy to play with words or refer to various things. Anniversaries are increasingly being used by companies and local governments, and according to an incorporated association that conducts screening, the number of registrations per year has increased by about 200 since last year.
DeNA approves Shota Imanaga's transfer to the major leagues Title for most strikeouts this season
Professional baseball team DeNA has announced that pitcher Shota Imanaga, who hopes to play in the major leagues, has been allowed to transfer using the posting system.
There was green liquid on the plane before takeoff...Why on earth?
The liquid sprayed on airplanes to prevent snow and ice from accumulating on planes for safe operation has been changed to colored liquid this season to make it easier to see at a glance, and the new Chitose Airport in Hokkaido has begun using it immediately.
Hospital explosion in Gaza Strip: Israeli military blamed accidental firing by armed groups
The Israeli army is moving toward the largest hospital in the Gaza Strip, which the Islamic group Hamas claims is home to an important base. He claimed that it was due to an accidental firing. This appears to be an attempt to suppress growing criticism from the international community over attacks on hospitals and schools.
Cold weather across the country, first snow in Sapporo and Hakodate, ``Kogarashi No. 1'' in the Kinki region
The morning of the 11th was cold in many places due to strong cold air in the sky, and the first snow was observed in places such as Sapporo in Hokkaido. The Japan Meteorological Agency warns people to be careful about heavy snow and icy roads, as there is a risk of snow accumulation even in the plains on the Sea of Japan side of northern Japan.
Prime Minister Kishida gives instructions at Self-Defense Force inspection ceremony: ``We will fundamentally strengthen our defense capabilities.''
Prime Minister Kishida gave instructions at a review ceremony for the Self-Defense Forces, emphasizing Japan's intention to steadily build up the necessary defense capabilities in response to the increasingly severe security environment surrounding Japan.
UN Security Council emergency meeting: countries express concern over attack on hospital in Gaza Strip
An emergency meeting was held at the United Nations Security Council regarding the continuing damage caused by Israeli military attacks on hospitals in the Gaza Strip, Palestine, and a number of concerns were expressed from various countries, but the U.S. He also defended Israel, claiming that it stores weapons in hospitals.
Moody's downgrades US government rating outlook to negative
Moody's, a major US credit rating agency, has changed its rating outlook for the US government from ``stable'' to ``negative'' due to the increase in the US government's interest payment burden due to rising interest rates and the confusion in Congress over the budget bill. announced that it had been lowered to ``.
Ground Self-Defense Force's mobile combat vehicle makes first run on public roads on Okinawa's main island, causing concerns for prefectural residents
In a large-scale exercise conducted by the Self-Defense Forces in Okinawa and other parts of the country, vehicles called mobile combat vehicles, which have firepower comparable to tanks, drove on public roads in Naha City in the early hours of the 11th. This is the first time that a mobile combat vehicle will be driven on public roads on the main island of Okinawa.
Honda rice factory to raise wages by 11%; automakers around the world also raise wages
Automobile manufacturer Honda has announced that it will raise wages for employees at its American factories by 11% from January next year. In the United States, three European and American automakers have agreed to significant wage increases in response to labor union strikes, and Japanese manufacturers are also moving to raise wages one after another.
North Korea's Foreign Ministry: ``No matter what anyone says, we will strengthen cooperative relations with Russia''
In response to U.S. Secretary of State Blinken expressing deep concern about military assistance between Russia and North Korea, North Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement saying, ``No matter what anyone says, our cooperative relationship with Russia will be strengthened.'' He emphasized further strengthening of the relationship.
Host club strengthens guidance for stores with bad customer service, police to crack down strictly
There have been cases of host club employees charging female customers high prices and incurring debts, as well as inciting them to engage in prostitution and other crimes.The police are considering strengthening guidance for the establishments, and are looking to prevent illegal activities. If confirmed, we will take strict action.
Today in China, online shopping companies are offering large-scale discounts on “Singles Day”
In China, November 11th is called "Singles' Day," and online shopping companies hold large-scale sales every year. Amid growing uncertainty about the economic outlook, Chinese consumers are increasingly becoming thrifty, and trends in sales will be closely watched in predicting the future direction of the economy.
"Winter cherry blossoms" are in full bloom, and they also compete with the autumn leaves, Gunma Fujioka
In Fujioka City, Gunma Prefecture, the winter cherry blossoms that bloom from autumn to winter are beginning to reach their peak, and the collaboration with the autumn leaves of the surrounding trees is entertaining many tourists.
Yen market The yen is at its lowest level in 15 years, dropping to the mid-151 yen level at one point
At the New York foreign exchange market on the 10th, the yen depreciated due to concerns about prolonged monetary tightening in the United States, and the yen exchange rate temporarily fell to the mid-151 yen level to the dollar.
Earthquake with a seismic intensity of 4 in Osaki Town, Soo City, Kagoshima. No worries about tsunami.
At around 5:50 a.m. on the 11th, there was an earthquake in Kagoshima Prefecture with a seismic intensity of 4. There is no need to worry about a tsunami from this earthquake.
Exosomes used for beauty purposes, etc. “Regulations in the future” proposed by academic society
The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine has put together a proposal calling for future regulation of substances called "exosomes," which are secreted by cells, as voluntary medical treatments that use them for cosmetic purposes and other purposes are expanding. Ta.
Prime Minister Netanyahu ``continues control of Gaza Strip'' even after battle with Hamas
Israeli forces continued to carry out attacks on urban areas across the Gaza Strip, with local authorities saying at least 25 people were killed in an attack on a school where large numbers of residents had taken refuge. Meanwhile, local Israeli media reported that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has indicated that the military will continue to control the Gaza Strip even after the battle with Hamas.
Has eruption activity stopped off the coast of Iwo Jima? Expert: ``Will the new land shrink due to erosion?''
Observations from the air have revealed that the eruptive activity that has been continuing since late last month off the coast of Iwo Jima in the Ogasawara Islands appears to have stopped. Regarding the newly created land, an expert who accompanied the survey pointed out that ``it is thought that it will shrink due to erosion by waves.''
Ukraine announces “Russian small landing ship damaged in southern Crimea”
The Ukrainian military, which is continuing its counteroffensive with the aim of regaining territory, announced that it attacked and damaged a small Russian navy landing ship in southern Crimea, which Russia unilaterally annexed. Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin is believed to have inspected the Russian military headquarters near eastern Ukraine and personally directed the operation.
Pharmaceuticals detected in Meiji bottled milk; over 44,000 bottles recovered Osaka
Osaka Prefecture has recalled more than 44,000 bottles of milk produced at the Osaka factory of major food manufacturer Meiji after detecting pharmaceuticals used to prevent infectious diseases in cows. ordered. There have been no reports of health damage so far.