Ishikawa prefecture releases names of 15 people whose safety is unknown after the Noto Peninsula earthquake
In the wake of the earthquake whose epicenter was in the Noto region of Ishikawa Prefecture, the prefecture has released for the first time a list of people who are believed to have lived in Wajima City and Anamizu Town, but whose safety is not yet known, based on the Basic Resident Register. . The list includes 15 names, full addresses, ages, and genders. The prefecture is asking for information from a wide range of people, as this may include people who have moved or are unable to be contacted. In addition, we will announce the safety of people whose safety is unknown in other municipalities as soon as we can make arrangements.
``72 hours left until disaster strikes'' Disaster response headquarters appeals for lifesaving efforts
A meeting of the Ishikawa Prefecture Disaster Management Headquarters was held, and Mayor Izumiya of Suzu City, who attended online, said, ``There are only 72 hours left after the outbreak, when the survival rate is said to be low.We must muster all our strength to save lives.'' I want it," he appealed.
Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology issues special measures for supplementary exams for students from disaster-stricken areas in university entrance common test
In response to the recent earthquake, Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Moriyama has made a special provision so that applicants from disaster-stricken areas who are unable to take the main university entrance common test to be held in mid-January can take a make-up exam in late January. announced that they would take action.
A total of 2,500 cancellations of accommodation reservations in Toyama Prefecture
In Toyama Prefecture, accommodation facilities such as hotels and inns were damaged by the earthquake, and the tourism industry has also been hit hard, with over 2,000 people having to cancel their accommodation reservations.
Expert: Be careful of hypothermia while living in an evacuation zone “Improve your living environment”
Due to the recent Noto Peninsula Earthquake, temperatures were low and many people were forced to evacuate their homes amid power outages and water outages in various areas. Special attention needs to be paid to hypothermia caused by low temperatures, and experts point out that the living environment in evacuation centers needs to be improved as much as possible.
Haneda Airport Accident Communication Record Exchange Details What happened on board the “18 minute evacuation”
On the 2nd, shortly after landing at Tokyo's Haneda Airport, a Japan Airlines passenger plane collided with a Japan Coast Guard aircraft on the runway and burst into flames, killing five coast guard officers. We have published the exchanges with both aircraft at the time. ``Details of the exchange'' ``What happened on board the ``18-minute evacuation'''' We have summarized the details of the communication records and the testimonies of the passengers. *Detailed communication between the controller and both aircraft is included at the end of the article.
[Evacuation situation 3rd] Evacuation continues at Noto Airport in Ishikawa Prefecture and Toyama Prefecture
This page summarizes the evacuation situation in various locations due to the effects of the earthquake, which was observed to have a seismic intensity of 7 in the Noto region of Ishikawa Prefecture.
Suzu City coast: Will tsunami arrive within 1 minute of earthquake? Expert analysis
Experts have determined that the tsunami from the Noto Peninsula earthquake on the 1st appears to have reached the coast of Suzu City within about one minute after the earthquake occurred. Experts are urging people to move away from the coast immediately if the earthquake continues to shake strongly.
Noto Peninsula Earthquake “Did three different faults slip?” Expert
When experts analyzed seismograph data regarding the recent Noto Peninsula earthquake, they found that at least three different faults appear to have shifted.
Shiga Town, Ishikawa Prefecture, where seismic intensity 7 was observed; shaking comparable to the Great East Japan Earthquake Japan Meteorological Agency
It was revealed that the shaking observed in Shiga Town, Ishikawa Prefecture during the major earthquake on the 1st was comparable in strength to the 2011 earthquake that caused the Great East Japan Earthquake.
Wajima man's house burnt down unable to find his cat "I believe he must have run away"
Around Asaichi Dori, a tourist attraction in Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture, where more than 200 buildings, including shops and houses, were believed to have been burnt, there were people visiting the area to check the damage to shops and homes.
[Video] "This is dangerous" Wajima earthquake suddenly shakes violently
A video taken by a woman in her 20s at the time of the earthquake at a house in Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture, where a seismic intensity of 6+ was observed just after 4 p.m. on the 1st, shows the shaking rapidly increasing in intensity. Masu. Calendars and plaques hanging on the walls shook violently during the violent shaking, and furniture such as chests of drawers and shoji screens fell down one after another. The lights on the ceiling suddenly went out, and the room was shaken violently and parts fell, leaving the room in a mess in a short amount of time. In addition to the voice of a woman screaming at the magnitude of the shaking, the video also recorded the voice of a man shouting things like ``Dangerous, dangerous'' and ``Are you okay?'' According to the woman who took the photo, she was filming the TV screen to record information about the earthquake that had just occurred, but when an even bigger tremor came, she continued filming. The woman had been returning home with her family to her grandmother's house in Wajima City since the end of the year, and after the earthquake, they all evacuated to a nearby nursing home and spent the night there.In the early hours of the 3rd, she drove back to her home in Saitama City. It means that I arrived home. The woman said, ``I never expected something like this to happen on New Year's Day.The tremors were so strong that I felt my life was in danger.After that, the tsunami information came out, so I had to evacuate right away. The feeling continues and I have a hard time sleeping at night," she said.
[Satellite image] Severe damage confirmed from fire around Asaichi Street in Wajima City
Satellite images can also confirm the extensive damage caused by the fire that spread around the tourist attraction Asaichi Street in Wajima City, where a seismic intensity of 6+ was observed.
The banknotes will change this year. 10,000 yen will be Eiichi Shibusawa. Three types of banknotes will be available from July.
This year, the design of banknotes that have been familiar for many years will change. Three new types of banknotes will be issued starting in July, including a 10,000 yen bill featuring the portrait of businessman Eiichi Shibusawa, known as the ``father of modern Japanese economy.''
Power outage in Ishikawa Prefecture “Recovery is expected to take time” Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Saito
In response to this earthquake, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Saito held a press conference on the afternoon of the 3rd and predicted that it would still take some time for the power outage in Ishikawa Prefecture to be restored.
[Relay video/Breaking news] Fire in Kokura Kita Ward, Kitakyushu, area with a large number of shops
According to the police, just after 3 p.m. on the 3rd, the fire department received a report that a building was on fire in Uomachi, Kokura Kita Ward, Kitakyushu City. The site is located approximately 300 meters south of JR Kokura Station, in an area with a large concentration of shops. Images from a camera installed at NHK Kitakyushu Broadcasting Station show orange flames and black smoke rising. Firefighters continue to extinguish the fire from the top of the building next door.
Ishikawa, Mayor of Anamizu Town: ``Due to road closures, water supply remains unavailable and cell phones cannot be used.''
On the 3rd, Mayor Mitsuteru Yoshimura of Anamizu Town, Ishikawa Prefecture, which experienced shaking with a seismic intensity of 6 or above, was interviewed by NHK and said, ``The collapse of houses is very noticeable throughout the town, and traffic has been cut off due to cave-ins and landslides on roads.'' Explaining the dire situation, he said, "There are many areas where the situation is affected. Roads are cut off, water supply operations are not working, and almost no supplies are being delivered." He also said that ``toilets are in a very critical situation and we are asking for help with portable and disposable toilets.'' He added, ``It's been three days since the disaster, but we can't even use our mobile phones because we can't secure power to the antenna equipment of the mobile phone base stations.We are very sorry that the town is unable to provide accurate information. I want the prefecture and the national government to prioritize road restoration, and to work on water supply and food distribution as quickly as possible."
At least 60 people left isolated in some areas of Ishikawa, including Nanao City, affected by the earthquake
Some areas have become isolated due to roads becoming impassable due to the earthquake.
Suzu Mayor Ishikawa: ``The city is in a state of destruction, and relief supplies are not arriving easily.''
Masahiro Izumitani, the mayor of Suzu City, Ishikawa Prefecture, told NHK in an interview, ``The damage from the earthquake has affected the entire city, and it is in a state of destruction.''
``Water shortage'' in Noto region: Drinking water and toilets affected at evacuation centers across the region
Evacuation centers across the Noto region of Ishikawa Prefecture are complaining of a lack of water, including drinking water.
U-turn rush peaks; more than 100 flights canceled due to Haneda Airport accident
The rush of U-turns by people who have spent time in their hometowns or resorts is at its peak on the 3rd, and Shinkansen and expressways are crowded from the morning. On the other hand, more than 100 flights have been canceled due to a collision that occurred at Haneda Airport on the 2nd, and the number of U-turns has also been affected.
Aichi Yatomi: Three people found dead after fire in two-story wooden apartment building
On the 3rd, a fire broke out in an apartment in Yatomi City, Aichi Prefecture, and the bodies of three people were found in the ashes. Police are working to confirm their identities and investigating the cause of the fire.
Haneda accident Japan Coast Guard captain ``takeoff permission from air traffic controller'' discrepancy in understanding
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism announced on the 2nd that a Japan Airlines passenger plane collided with a Japan Coast Guard aircraft on the runway shortly after landing at Tokyo's Haneda Airport, bursting into flames, and killing five Japan Coast Guard crew members. After checking, it was found that the controller had instructed the Japan Coast Guard aircraft to proceed to the point before entering the runway, while the Japan Coast Guard captain had received permission from the controller to take off. It turns out that they have completely different perceptions. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the details.
Mayor of Suzu, Ishikawa Prefecture: “72 rescue requests that cannot be responded to”
A meeting of the Ishikawa Prefecture Disaster Control Headquarters was held, and Mayor Izumiya of Suzu City, who attended online, revealed that there were 72 rescue requests that had not been responded to, and appealed for the urgent need for temporary toilets. Ta.
Prime Minister Kishida: “A race against time. Putting human lives first and giving our all to rescue and rescue operations.”
At the government's Emergency Disaster Control Headquarters in response to the earthquake, Prime Minister Kishida stated, ``More than 40 hours have passed since the disaster struck, and we are now in a race against time,'' and instructed them to respond with human lives first. Did. He also pointed out that evacuations could be prolonged and called for all efforts to secure supplies and restore infrastructure.
Earthquake with a seismic intensity of 5+ in Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture (10:54 on the 3rd)
There was an earthquake at around 10:54 a.m. on the 3rd. There is no need to worry about a tsunami from this earthquake. The epicenter was in the Noto region of Ishikawa Prefecture, at a depth of 10 km, and the magnitude, which indicates the scale of the earthquake, is estimated to be 5.5. The seismic intensity of each municipality is as follows. ▼Intensity 5: Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture ▼Intensity 4: Nanao City, Ishikawa Prefecture, Nakanoto Town, Ishikawa Prefecture, Anamizu Town, Ishikawa Prefecture, Noto Town, Ishikawa Prefecture
[Explanatory video] Haneda Airport accident What are the circumstances of the accident? What is the focus of investigating the cause?
On the 2nd, a Japan Airlines passenger plane and a Japan Coast Guard aircraft collided on the runway at Tokyo's Haneda Airport, resulting in a fire that resulted in the deaths of five Japan Coast Guard crew members. ``What we know so far'' and ``What should we focus on in investigating the cause?'' is an explanation by Teppei Yamashita, a reporter from the social affairs department. [Video: 3 minutes 46 seconds] *Cannot be viewed on data broadcasting
Toyama Himi Long lines at water stations before dawn, widespread water outage continues
In Himi City, Toyama Prefecture, where a seismic intensity of 5+ was observed on the 1st, water is still cut off in wide areas, and residents continued to form long lines at water stations even before dawn on the 3rd, filling plastic tanks with water. Ta.
JR Takasaki Line Tokyo - Takasaki Station Utsunomiya Line Tokyo - Utsunomiya Station Operation suspended
According to JR East, due to the accident, operations on the Takasaki Line between Tokyo Station and Takasaki Station, and on the Utsunomiya Line between Tokyo Station and Utsunomiya Station, have been suspended after 9 a.m. Masu. It is expected that operations will resume around 10:20 a.m.
Tokaido Shinkansen to run 4 special trains following Haneda Airport accident
JR Tokai announced on the 3rd that the Tokaido Shinkansen train would be cut off due to a series of flight cancellations due to the collision between a Japan Airlines passenger plane and a Japan Coast Guard aircraft at Haneda Airport, and passenger congestion is expected. We decided to run a special train. There will be a total of four special trains, mainly in the morning, from Tokyo Station to Shin-Osaka Station, and the regular cars on all of them will have unreserved seats.
NY Dow Jones Industrial Average hits new high in first trade this year
On the 2nd, the first trading session of the year, the New York stock market saw deep-rooted expectations for an interest rate cut in the United States, despite awareness of geopolitical risks, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose to a new high.
Hamas executives and others killed in Lebanon, raising concerns about regional tensions
The situation in the Gaza Strip in Palestine, where the Israeli military is intensifying its offensive, is becoming increasingly severe, with an attack on the Palestinian Red Crescent Society base where many refugees are taking shelter on the 2nd, resulting in casualties. Meanwhile, a senior member of the political wing of the Islamic organization Hamas was killed in the Lebanese capital, raising concerns that regional tensions may further rise.
[Traffic Impact: 3rd] Shinkansen trains operate as usual, but flights may be canceled
Due to the earthquake that registered a magnitude 7 in the Noto region of Ishikawa Prefecture on the 1st, Shinkansen and air services were suspended and canceled on the 2nd. The effects are expected to continue in some areas into the third day. We will provide updates on transportation in each region from time to time.
United Nations comments on earthquake and plane crash: "Our thoughts are with everyone in Japan"
Regarding the earthquake with a seismic intensity of 7 in the Noto region of Ishikawa Prefecture on the 1st, a United Nations spokesperson said at a regular press conference on the 2nd that Secretary-General Antonio Guterres commented, ``The earthquake caused loss of life and damage. "We are deeply saddened. The Secretary-General expresses his solidarity with the Japanese people and government, and expresses his heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims. He prays for the speedy recovery of those injured." said. The spokesperson also referred to the accident that occurred at Haneda Airport, commenting, ``We are saddened that a plane that was attempting to deliver relief supplies to earthquake victims was involved in an accident.Our thoughts are with the people of Japan.'' Did.
North Korea's Kim Yo Jong provokes South Korea with "New Year's message"
Kim Yo-jong, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, issued a statement as a "New Year's message" to South Korean President Yoon Sung-nyeol, calling for cooperation with the United States. President Yun's security policy will strengthen the country's nuclear arsenal, and he provoked the president by saying, ``I'm glad to receive this gift.''
Heavy rain warning issued for Wajima City; even a little rain could increase the risk of landslides
In Hokuriku and Niigata prefectures, which were affected by this earthquake, atmospheric conditions have become unstable and rain is falling in some places. The Japan Meteorological Agency is urging caution as the ground has become loose due to the shaking of the earthquake, so even a small amount of rain could increase the risk of landslides.
[Earthquake damage situation 3rd] 57 people confirmed dead in Ishikawa Prefecture, many houses collapsed
According to Ishikawa Prefecture and other sources, a total of 57 people in the prefecture have been confirmed to have died in the earthquake as of midnight on the 3rd. In addition, many collapsed houses have been confirmed in Wajima City, Suzu City, and Noto Town, and the overall situation has not been confirmed, so each local government is rushing to understand the damage situation. We will update you on the damage in each area from time to time.
Haneda Airport accident controller: “JAL aircraft is allowed to approach, Japan Coast Guard aircraft is in front”
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism announced on the 2nd that a Japan Airlines passenger plane collided with a Japan Coast Guard aircraft on the runway shortly after landing at Tokyo's Haneda Airport, bursting into flames, and killing five Japan Coast Guard crew members. Upon confirmation, it was found that before the accident, the controller had given Japan Airlines permission to enter the runway, while the Japan Coast Guard aircraft had been instructed to proceed to the runway. I understand that. The National Transportation Safety Board will begin a full-scale investigation on the 3rd and will look into the detailed circumstances at the time, including interactions with air traffic controllers.