Mr. Ozawa "Take power within a year" Constitutional: Jiji.com
Ichiro Ozawa, a member of the House of Representatives of the Constitutional Democratic Party, gave a lecture at his political school held in Tokyo on the 21st, saying, "I will definitely take power within a year," and expressed his willingness to change the government in the next House of Representatives election. Mr.
Violators of quarantine obligations in the UK to severe punishment Fines of over 1 million yen from 28th (Kyodo News)
Electronic warfare unit, urgent need to be stationed in the southwest
On the 20th, it was revealed that an electronic warfare unit that uses electromagnetic waves to defend the "new area" of space, cyber, and electromagnetic waves will be newly established at the Ground Self-Defense Force Asaka station. With the troops in Hokkaido and Kumamoto ...
Kohei Uchimura's mother participated in Masters "God supports his son" (Kyodo News)
Kohei Uchimura (Ringer Hut)'s mother, Shuko, participated in the Masters Division of the All Japan Senior Championship held at Takasaki Arena in Gunma Prefecture on the 20th. "If I do my best, God will act (acting on the 22nd)
Edano, representative of the Constitutional Democratic Party, criticized "digitalization is negative", what did you really say? All documents raised (Shuji Shinohara) --Yahoo! News
The Kyodo News article that Yukio Edano, the representative of the Constitutional Democratic Party, criticized the ruling party for "digitalization is backwards" and "let's eat with positive renewable energy" is controversial.
Dear Sir Junko Mihara, Deputy Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare "Please do not participate in welfare bashing again" (Takanori Fujita) --Yahoo! News
Junko Mihara, a member of the House of Councilors, became the Deputy Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare. Mr. Mihara is a person who instigated welfare bashing in the past and contributed to the 10% reduction in welfare standards. It is a personnel affair that remains uncertain about the expansion of welfare amid the tight civil life.
Call attention to fraud pretending to be a census, don't tell me about deposits and savings, accounts, (Kyodo News)
With the start of the "Census" once every five years asking about the place of residence and employment status, there is a risk that false visits and telephone calls will increase in the guise of investigators trying to find out their annual income and savings. Consumer Affairs Agency calls attention
Haneda Airport and the Security Checkpoint are full of flights in a long line of nearly 50 meters. The first day of the four consecutive holidays is the highest since the state of emergency was declared in April (Kotaro Toriumi) --Yahoo! News
People have returned to the domestic flight departing from Haneda Airport. On the morning of September 19th (Saturday), the first day of the four consecutive holidays, many people with large luggage were at Haneda Airport. According to ANA, the number of reservations for three consecutive holidays or more from March 20 was the highest since the state of emergency was declared.
Former Japan PM Abe Visits Yasukuni Shrine For War Dead
Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the controversial Yasukuni Shrine for war dead on Saturday, his first visit since December 2013, after refraining from doing so for most of his term to avoid angering China and South Korea.
Full-scale examination started today for the establishment of the government "Digital Agency"
[NHK] The government has decided to start full-scale examination from the 19th toward the establishment of the "Digital Agency". A new ministerial meeting has also been launched and digitized ...
Government greatly relaxes admission restrictions for spectators Differences in sports, movies, and operations | Kyodo News
On the 19th, the government significantly relaxed the restrictions on admission to sports and events requested by the measures against the new coronavirus. The actual ...
Book review: Folk singers, the Communist Party, and the FBI, 1939
Musicians Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, and Agnes “Sis” Cunningham, among others, helped to mold and shape generations of music lovers. In many ways, their impact on the folk and popular music genre cannot be overstated. However, Seeger, Guthrie, and Cunningham weren’t just musicians.
Scientist who proved you can't make a knife from frozen poo wins Ig Nobel prize
This year's Ig Nobel for Medical Education was shared by a group of world leaders including Donald Trump, Boris Johnson and Vladimir Putin for their attitude around the pandemic.