Sumo Kyushu Tournament Opening Day Ozeki Takakeisho wins against Hokukatsu Fuji and starts with a win
The first day of the Sumo Kyushu tournament was held on the 12th, and Ozeki Takakeisho, who was on the verge of winning his second consecutive tournament, got off to a winning start by defeating Komusubi and Kitakatsufuji.
One year after Kherson was liberated, “more than 800 people died due to attacks by Russian forces”
One year has passed since Kherson in southern Ukraine was liberated from Russian occupation, and Ukrainian authorities have revealed that more than 800 people have been killed in Kherson due to attacks by Russian forces even after the liberation, and President Zelenskiy has continued to defend the city. We emphasized our stance of continuing to counterattack while strengthening our strength.
J1 Round 32 Championship battle narrowed down to Vissel Kobe and Yokohama F. Marinos
In Round 32 of J1 Soccer, leader Vissel Kobe and second place Yokohama F. Marinos both won and earned three points, and with two rounds left, the battle for victory was narrowed down to these two teams.
Women's Wrestling: Fujinami, who has been selected for the Olympics, “enjoys the journey to the actual event”
Female wrestler Fujinami Akari, who has been selected as a representative for next year's Paris Olympics, attended the World Championship victory report held in her hometown of Yokkaichi, Mie Prefecture, and said, ``While enjoying the journey leading up to the actual competition, I hope to do my best.'' I want to get results,'' he said with enthusiasm.
The last class reunion: The number of students who experienced the war continues to decline at the second high school, which was closed during the Battle of Okinawa.
78 years ago, Prefectural Girls' High School No. 2 was closed during the Battle of Okinawa, in which more than 200,000 people died, and some of the students were mobilized to the battlefield as the "Hakubai Student Corps." The final reunion was held on the 12th in Naha City, where 20 alumni in their 90s talked about their memories of school life before the war and their hardships during and after the war.
Japan, US, and South Korea immediately share information on North Korean missiles Accelerate coordination to begin operations within the year
Minister of Defense Kihara participated online in the Japan-U.S.-South Korea defense ministers' meeting, announcing that a system for immediately sharing information on missile launches by North Korea among the three countries is in the final stages of operation, with the aim of putting it into operation by the end of the year. They agreed to further accelerate the adjustment.
Chiba Matsudo Woman Murder Case - Attacked within a short time after getting off the car and before entering the house
On the 9th of this month in Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture, a woman in her 30s was attacked and killed by two men in front of her door when she returned home.The doors of the car she had driven home just before were locked. It was discovered in an interview with the police that he had done so. The house was still locked, and police are investigating the possibility that the two men attacked the victim in the short time it took for him to leave his car and enter the house.
“Autumn Review” Administrative Reform Minister Kono “Revised for all funds of government ministries and agencies”
The government's Autumn Review, which examines national projects in public, is being held, and Minister in charge of Administrative Reform Kono has announced his intention to review and inspect all funds set aside by each government agency. I did.
Rugby World Cup report session: Five players from the Japanese national team interact with approximately 5,000 fans
The five Japanese representatives from the Rugby World Cup in France, which ended last month, held a briefing session in Fuchu, Tokyo, where their team is based, and interacted with approximately 5,000 fans.
“Isu 1GP” winning team is...
The ``Isuwan Grand Prix'' event, in which participants compete for the distance covered in office chairs for two hours, was held on the 11th in a shopping district in Naruto City, Tokushima Prefecture.
Akita “Governor apologizes” Jakoten sold out in a hurry at J2 venue
The Jakoten, which caused controversy after Governor Satake of Akita Prefecture called it ``poor,'' and later apologized, was on sale at a J2 soccer match in Akita City, where many supporters were buying it.
Men's Golf Domestic Tour Shugo Imahira escapes with a one-shot difference, second win of the season
The final round of the men's golf tour tournament was held in Gotemba City, Shizuoka Prefecture, and Shugo Imahira won his second win of the season with a total of 12 under par.
Soccer J2 Jubilo Iwata secures 2nd place and decides to return to J1
J2 soccer team Jubilo Iwata won the match against Tochigi SC 2-1 on the 12th, moving up to second place and deciding to return to J1 after one season.
Prince Akishino and his wife attend the “National Tree Planting Festival” ceremony in Mito
The National Tree Festival ceremony, which calls out the importance of protecting and nurturing forests, was held in Mito City with Prince Akishino and his wife in attendance.
Women's Golf Domestic Tour Mao Saigo from her hometown of Chiba wins her first victory of the season
The final round of the women's domestic golf tour tournament was held in Chonan Town, Chiba Prefecture, and Mao Saigo, a native of Chiba Prefecture, won for the first time this season with a total of 16 under.
Memorial ceremony for East Timor genocide, voices of solidarity with Palestine
In East Timor, which gained independence from Indonesian rule about 20 years ago, a memorial service was held for the massacre that was a major trigger for independence, and survivors expressed solidarity with Palestine, where many victims were killed. I was asked.
UN announces “shelling on Gaza Strip office, many refugees injured”
UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) announced on the 11th that it had received reports that shelling had hit the United Nations offices in the Gaza Strip, leaving many residents who had taken shelter inside the premises dead or injured.
Approximately 22,000 homes are without power across the main island of Okinawa, cause is under investigation
According to Okinawa Electric Power, as of 2:35 p.m. on the 12th, a total of 22,110 homes on the main island of Okinawa are without power.
[Updated from time to time] Israeli Prime Minister: “We will continue to manage the Gaza Strip after the fighting”
As the Israeli military continues its ground invasion of the Gaza Strip and closes in on the area's largest hospital, which is believed to be an important base for the Islamic group Hamas, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu said at a press conference, ``Hamas has lost control of the northern Gaza Strip.'' He then announced his intention to effectively put the Gaza Strip under occupation after the fighting ended. *We will keep you updated on developments related to Israel and Palestine on November 12th (Japan time).
Grand Sumo Kyushu Tournament First Day: 19-year-old from Ukraine Yasuonishiki wins
The first day of the Kyushu Sumo Tournament began, and 19-year-old Yasuonishiki, who is from Ukraine and came to Japan last year after fleeing Russia's military invasion, got off to a winning start with his name appearing on the banzuke for the first time. .
Sota Fujii's 8th title "Ryuo" defense "Immerse yourself in the board and cherish that feeling"
Sota Fujii (21), who won the Ryuo match, which was his first defense after becoming the first player in the shogi world to monopolize the eight major titles, held a press conference and said, ``It's a big deal to be able to challenge for the title and achieve results. Looking back on this past year's title match, he said, ``One of the themes from now on will be whether I can respond well to a shogi player with little experience.''
Research facility for Japanese film master Yasujiro Ozu to open and open to public
A new facility will be opened in Kyoto next spring by an academic society that will conduct research on Japanese film director Yasujiro Ozu, collecting materials such as scripts and films, and making its research available to the general public. became. According to the academic society, this is the first time in Japan that a research facility for an individual film director has been established.
Candles lit in front of the Atomic Bomb Dome in Hiroshima calling for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip
More than a month after the military conflict between Israel and Hamas began, members of a civil society group hold candles in front of the Atomic Bomb Dome in Hiroshima, as many people die in the Gaza Strip due to Israeli ground invasions and air strikes. An event was held to call for a ceasefire and light a fire.
Ministry of Defense “Type 12 surface-to-ship guided missile” improved version to be deployed ahead of schedule from 2026
The Ministry of Defense has moved forward the deployment schedule for an improved version of the Type 12 surface-to-ship guided missile, which can also be used for counterattack capabilities to attack enemy missile launch bases, from 2026.
Leaders of Islamic countries hold emergency meeting to condemn Israeli attack
As the humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip deepens, an emergency meeting of the leaders of Islamic countries was held in Saudi Arabia, where each country condemned the attack by Israel and called for an immediate ceasefire and continued humanitarian aid.
Highlights of the first day of Sumo Kyushu Tournament Ozeki Takakeisho plays against Hokukatsu Fuji
The first day of the Sumo Kyushu Tournament will be held on the 12th, and Ozeki Takakeisho, who has won two consecutive tournaments, will face Kitakatsufuji, who has returned to Komusubi.
Fund to be established to support young creators: 6 billion yen in supplementary budget for this year
The Agency for Cultural Affairs has decided to establish a new fund to continuously support young leaders in manga, anime, music, and traditional performing arts, from the planning stage to overseas expansion. This year's supplementary budget bill includes 6 billion yen as necessary expenses.
Takarazuka Revue troupe member dies “Investigation results to be announced soon”
The company announced on its website on the night of the 10th that it had received a report from an investigation team made up of outside lawyers regarding the death of a 25-year-old member of the Takarazuka Revue in September. The results of the survey will be announced soon.
Western to eastern Japan: Atmospheric instability mainly on the Sea of Japan side; be careful of lightning strikes, tornadoes, etc.
Due to the influence of cold air that is strong for this time of year flowing into the upper atmosphere, atmospheric conditions are expected to become extremely unstable until the 13th, mainly on the Sea of Japan side of western and eastern Japan. The Japan Meteorological Agency is warning people to be careful of lightning, tornadoes, strong wind gusts, hail, and sudden heavy rain.
President Zelenskiy delivers speech on the occasion of the first anniversary of the liberation of Kherson, calling for unity
In Ukraine, there were attacks by the Russian military in various locations including the capital, Kiiv, and port infrastructure in the south was damaged. Against this backdrop, President Zelenskiy of Ukraine appealed for unity in a speech to coincide with the one-year anniversary of the liberation of the southern city of Kherson from Russian occupation.
Israeli army gives evacuation notice to Shifa Hospital, the largest in the Gaza Strip, may be planning an offensive soon
The Israeli military, which continues its ground invasion of the Gaza Strip, has announced that it has notified medical personnel and patients remaining at Shifa Hospital, the area's largest hospital, to evacuate, and the Palestinian Authority says this is in violation of international law. I strongly condemn it. The Israeli military believes that there is an important Hamas center underground beneath this hospital, and there is a possibility that they will launch a full-scale offensive soon.
Japanese man detained in China's appeal rejected, sentenced to 12 years in prison
The appeal of a Japanese man in his 50s who was arrested in China for his involvement in espionage and sentenced to 12 years in prison in the first trial has been rejected, and his sentence has been finalized.