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  • Northern Colorado men’s golf picked No. 3, women picked No. 5 in Big Sky poll K年1月21日 E1時36分 Reporter Herald - Colorado Both University of Northern Colorado golf teams are expected to finish in the top half of the Big Sky this season, according to the league coaches poll released on Thursday. The UNC men were picked to finish third out of seven teams, behind Sacramento …
  • Idiot Tourists Carve Their Names Over Ancient Petroglyphs at Big Bend K年1月16日 E2時18分 Beaumont Enterprise - Texas Lindsay Rogers, provided by Jan. 15, 2022 Inside Hook In the latest chapter of “Tourists Doing Unnecessarily Bad Things,” a group of vandals caused irreparable damage to a panel of ancient petroglyphs in the Indian Head area of Big Bend National Park last …
  • Yamaguchi and Hiroshima already eyeing upgrade to state of emergency K年1月8日 E8時47分 Japan Times Yamaguchi/Hiroshima – COVID-19 pre-emergency measures for Yamaguchi and Hiroshima prefectures may need to be upgraded to a full-blown state of emergency, the governors of the two western prefectures suggested Saturday. “We need to have that in mind at …
  • Princess Kako turns 27; duties still restricted due to pandemic K年12月29日 E8時04分 Japan Today Princess Kako, the niece of Emperor Naruhito, turned 27 on Wednesday, following another year of restrictions to official duties due to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic. The younger daughter of Crown Prince Fumihito and Crown Princess Kiko has …
  • Japan Hit With Heavy Snow, Halting More Than 100 Domestic Flights K年12月27日 E7時47分 The Epoch Times Japan canceled more than 100 domestic flights on Dec. 26 due to heavy snow in the northern and western parts of the country, which the country’s meteorological agency has forecasted will persist until Dec. 28. In a Dec. 24 statement, the Japan …
  • Comforting beef bowls for cool K年12月15日 E6時32分 Honolulu Star-Advertiser - Hawaii Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! PHOTO BY NADINE KAM Giddy for gyoza Beefand vegetable-filled gyoza can be served plain ($6.50) or nanban-style with tartar sauce ($7). PHOTO BY NADINE KAM Beef char siu rice bowl ($14…
  • OBITUARY: Nobu Fukuda K年12月11日 E12時01分 NICHI BEI - California Nobu Fukuda July 21, 1933 – Oct 23, 2021 FUKUDA, NOBU passed away peacefully in San Francisco on October 23, 2021 at the age of 88 years. She leaves her son, Takashi Fukuda (wife, Ana de Arce) and her daughter, Dr. Yasuko Fukuda (husband, Peter Chuck) who …
  • Hong Kong’s best new cocktails to try this December (that aren’t festive), from The Aubrey’s pear-infused Tottori to Fuel Espresso’s Double Happy coffee-whiskey concoction K年12月10日 E8時51分 South China Morning Post
  • Aging Japan’s new fuel source K年12月9日 E12時32分 Honolulu Star-Advertiser - Hawaii HOUKI, Japan >> The restorative waters that flow into the public baths in this town near the coast of western Japan originate from hot springs more than two-thirds of a mile below ground. At the surface, before the water bubbles out of the spouts, it …
  • All Japan tournament an optimistic indicator of a return to normal K年12月8日 E12時06分 Japan Times The future of sumo was on full display Saturday as the 70th All Japan Sumo Championships took place at Tokyo’s Ryogoku Kokugikan. Daiki Nakamura, a third-year student from Nippon Sport Science University, improved on his semifinal finish from last year, …
  • Rare shot shows 2 distinct seasons meeting in one place K年11月27日 E10時04分 Japan Today “Japan has four seasons” is a phrase many will often hear and sometimes be confused by as it sometimes comes across as a unique claim, but what it’s often meant to express is that the country has very distinct and pronounced seasons. At Daisen Mountain in …
  • A New Source of Fuel in an Aging Japan: Adult Incontinence K年11月15日 E10時11分 The New York Times HOUKI, Japan — The restorative waters that flow into the public baths in this town near the coast of western Japan originate from hot springs more than two-thirds of a mile below ground. At the surface, before the water bubbles out of the spouts, it is …
  • Snow crab sold for about $44,000 at Japan market auction K年11月8日 E8時37分 NEWS.am A large male snow crab has fetched 5 million yen, or about 44,000 US dollars, at the season's first auction in central Japan, NHK reported. The auction of the winter delicacy was held on Saturday evening at a market at Kanazawa port on the Sea of Japan …
  • Lawsuits filed to void Sunday's general election over vote disparity K年11月2日 E4時35分 Japan Today Two groups of lawyers filed lawsuits across the country Monday seeking to void the results and conduct a rerun of the previous day's lower house election due to vote weight disparities created by Japan's rural-urban population imbalance. The …
  • In Japan, rural voters count more than those in big cities K年10月29日 E10時03分 The Indian Express The mountain village of Chizu explains a lot about how one party has kept a virtual lock on power in Japan for close to seven decades. The village, in western Japan, has long been in decline. Its population has dwindled to 6,600 people, close to half of …
  • In Japan Elections, Rural Voters Count More Than Those in Big Cities K年10月28日 E4時39分 The New York Times CHIZU, Japan — The mountain village of Chizu explains a lot about how one party has kept a virtual lock on power in Japan for close to seven decades. The village, in western Japan, has long been in decline. Its population has dwindled to 6,600 people, …
  • As Lower House campaign begins, national security takes new prominence K年10月19日 E7時01分 Japan Times The Lower House election campaign officially kicked off Tuesday, with the ruling coalition and the opposition camp clashing over economic policies, the coronavirus pandemic response and the Liberal Democratic Party and Komeito’s record over their nine-year …
  • Northern Colorado golf adds assistant to staff, joins first-year head coach K年10月16日 E4時08分 Reporter Herald - Colorado The University of Northern Colorado added an assistant coach for the golf program, it announced Friday. David Tottori will join first-year director of golf Clayton Sikorski in guiding the Bears. Tottori joins the program after spending the 2019-20 season …
  • 14 Norwegian films receive subsidies for lost ticket revenues during the pandemic K年10月16日 E3時52分 Norway Today 14 Norwegian films have received compensation for lost ticket revenues at the cinema during the Covid-19 period. Four of the films were allocated over NOK 1 million. These will now receive compensation for 317,000 lost cinema tickets – a grand total of NOK …
  • Governors want political parties to include tough anti-virus steps in campaign pledges K年10月7日 E3時40分 Japan Today The National Governors' Association on Wednesday urged national parties to include in their campaign pledges stronger measures against the novel coronavirus ahead of the House of Representatives election at the end of the month. The organization of …
  • Japan’s governors seek pledges on COVID-19 action from parties before poll K年10月6日 E11時51分 Japan Times The National Governors’ Association on Wednesday urged national parties to include stronger measures against the coronavirus in their campaign pledges ahead of the Lower House election at the end of the month. The organization of the 47 prefectural …
  • Japan’s average gas price reaches ¥160 for first time in three years K年10月6日 E11時51分 Japan Times The average pump price of regular gasoline in Japan as of Monday reached ¥160 per liter for the first time in some three years, government data showed Wednesday. The nationwide average price rose by ¥1.3 from a week before, marking the fifth straight week …
  • A grand return K年9月24日 E8時15分 Bangkok Post Two Thursdays ago was my first “dining out” in almost five months. It felt like autumn in Japan, adorned with golden gingko foliage and different shades of red maple leaves. OK, I might be exaggerating, when I was in fact in a 16th-floor suite of Mandarin …
  • Over 6,000 trade visitors attended in person and over 3,000 online at OTDYKH Leisure 2021 K年9月17日 E2時29分 Travel Daily News Fairs Vicky Karantzavelou / 17 Sep 2021 08:16 159 The exhibition featured 450 companies from 41 Russian regions and 23 different countries, also 30 business events with over 160 speakers and almost 1.500 participants. The 27th edition of the OTDYKH …
  • Nuclear reactor in Shimane passes safety review K年9月15日 E11時51分 Japan Today A reactor in Shimane Prefecture, installed in the country's sole nuclear plant built in a prefectural capital, cleared a national safety screening on Wednesday. The No. 2 unit of Chugoku Electric Power Co's nuclear plant in Matsue, became the 17th …
  • Facing intraparty obstacles, Ishiba wrestles with role in LDP election K年9月7日 E6時12分 Japan Times Former Defense Minister Shigeru Ishiba found himself in a tough spot Tuesday, torn over whether to enter what is expected to be a hard-fought battle for the Liberal Democratic Party presidency and, consequently, the country’s prime ministership. “There are …
  • LDP heavyweight Shigeru Ishiba hints at party leadership race bid K年8月28日 E5時07分 Japan Times Liberal Democratic Party heavyweight Shigeru Ishiba has suggested that he may run in the ruling party’s leadership election slated for Sept. 29. “I need to consider until the day before” the leadership race officially starts on Sept. 17, the former LDP …
  • Off to the races: LDP presidential election campaign begins K年8月28日 E4時20分 Japan Times OSAKA – With the Liberal Democratic Party presidential election now set for Sept. 29, a number of challengers to LDP President and Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, who has said he intends to stand for re-election despite record-low poll numbers, have started …
  • Charles Collins Obituary (1947 - 2021) - Pocatello, ID - Idaho State Journal K年8月26日 E10時50分 Big News Network - Idaho Charles Arthur Collins (Chuck), 74, of Pocatello, Idaho, passed away August 15, 2021. Chuck was born August 5th, 1947, to Ferne D. and Charles V. Collins, in Denver, Colorado. While his father was in the Navy, Chuck grew up in many different locals …
  • Film “Ninjababy” wins big at this year’s Norwegian International Film Festival K年8月23日 E3時31分 Norway Today At the annual Norwegian International Film Festival, the Amanda Award is given to the year’s best films. This year, “Ninjababy” came out on top. “Ninjababy” steals the show Yngvild Sve Flikke‘s Ninjababy, which is based on Inga H. Sætre‘s award-winning …
  • The race is on to define the legacy of Tokyo 2020 K年8月14日 E11時05分 Japan Times It’s a little past 3 p.m. on Tuesday, two days after the closing ceremony of the Olympics. It’s scorching in Tokyo, the temperature hovering near 35 degrees Celsius. In Ueno, a bustling working-class area in the northeastern part of the city, pedestrians …
  • A first time for everything: The many ways history was made at Tokyo 2020 K年8月10日 E3時24分 Japan Times Plenty of world records were broken at the Tokyo Games (partly thanks to a very fast track), and a number of new sports and variations were introduced. But beyond the more obvious first (yes, the pandemic Olympics), there was a dizzying array of other …
  • One Dead, One Missing, 28 Injured From Typhoon Lupit in Japan, Media Says K年8月9日 E7時47分 Sputnik International Asia & Pacific 15:59 GMT 09.08.2021Get short URL TOKYO (Sputnik) - One person has died, and 28 others were injured from Typhoon Lupit in Japan, while one ia missing, the national NHK broadcaster reported on Monday. At the moment, the typhoon has turned …
  • Typhoon Lupit makes landfall in Japan K年8月9日 E9時28分 CanIndia News Typhoon Lupit lashed Japan with strong winds and heavy rain on Monday after making landfall on the southwestern Kyushu region the previous night, the weather agency said. According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, Lupit, the ninth typhoon of the year, …
  • Japan’s Sena Irie punches her way to gold in women’s boxing K年8月3日 E3時20分 Japan Times Sena Irie was all-smiles even before she won Olympic gold. Irie looked nothing like a boxer who was moments away from the biggest fight of her life when she entered Kokugikan Arena on Tuesday sporting a bright smile ahead of her gold medal bout with the …
  • Tokyo reports 3,300 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 10,743 K年7月30日 E4時13分 Japan Today The Tokyo metropolitan government on Friday reported 3,300 new coronavirus cases, down 565 from Thursday. The average for Tokyo over the past seven days stands at 2501.4. People in their 20s (1,208 cases), their 30s (725) and their 40s (515) accounted for …
  • Japan considering mandatory energy-saving standards for new homes K年7月27日 E7時27分 Japan Times The government is discussing plans to make it mandatory for new homes to clear energy-saving standards, to help the nation live up to its international pledge to become carbon neutral by 2050. The household sector accounts for roughly 15% of carbon dioxide …
  • ‘Huge setback’ K年7月25日 E6時09分 The Gleaner TOKYO, Japan: The frosty relations between the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) and the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) look set to sink into a deeper chill, after the bulk of Jamaica’s athletes were left without access to a training …
  • COVID-19 cluster emerges at Olympic hotel as delta infections rise K年7月15日 E1時24分 Japan Times A COVID-19 cluster at a hotel where dozens of Brazilian Olympic team members are staying raised new concerns about infections at the Tokyo Games, as the host city recorded its highest number of new cases for six months. Just over a week before the opening …
  • Western Japan may face localized torrential rains K年7月8日 E6時57分 News On Japan Weather officials are warning that the seasonal rain front will continue to bring localized torrential rains on Friday to western Japan and other areas. They urge residents in the areas hit by the record rains in Hiroshima, Tottori and nearby prefectures …
  • Evacuations urged in Tottori due to heavy rains K年7月8日 E1時49分 News On Japan A seasonal rain front is bringing heavy downpours to Tottori Prefecture, western Japan. Officials are calling on residents in hard-hit areas to evacuate as more rainfall is expected through Thursday. Japan's Meteorological Agency warned of torrential …
  • Around 330,000 told to evacuate as rain batters Sea of Japan coast K年7月7日 E3時14分 Japan Times The national weather agency issued a flood and landslide warning Wednesday for the Sea of Japan coast, with heavy rain expected from eastern to western Japan during the day and Thursday. The Meteorological Agency issued storm warnings for parts of Shimane …
  • Heavy rain hits Sea of Japan coast; flood warning issued K年7月7日 E12時35分 Japan Today The national weather agency issued a flood and landslide warning Wednesday for the Sea of Japan coast, with heavy rain falling from eastern to western Japan during the day and expected to continue on Thursday. The Japan Meteorological Agency issued storm …
  • West coast camp K年7月7日 E12時35分 The Gleaner Jamaica Athletics Admin­istrative Association (JAAA) President Garth Gayle says that they are looking to finalise plans to hold a mini-camp in the United States (US) for members of the national track and field team ahead of the Tokyo Olympics. The …
  • Heavy rain forecasted on Sea of Japan coast, JMA issues flood warning K年7月7日 E9時36分 Big News Network TOKYO, July 7 (Xinhua) -- The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) issued a warning of flood and landslide for the Sea of Japan coast on Wednesday, as heavy rains are forecasted from eastern to western Japan during the day and Thursday, local media reported …
  • Transport to pandemic Olympics proves logistics nightmare K年7月5日 E3時08分 Japan Times Ensuring 11,000 athletes from more than 200 countries descend on one city over 16 days is a logistical challenge at the best of times. Now consider doing it during a pandemic that’s upended airlines’ flight schedules, closed international borders and made …
  • Flying cargo: Getting athletes to pandemic Games a logistics nightmare K年7月4日 E11時58分 The Age As a result, the 10-strong team across disciplines including badminton, judo and archery, is booked on Qatar Airways via Doha, according to National Olympic Committee of Sri Lanka President Suresh Subramaniam. They’ve got a back-up flight on SriLankan …
  • Japan’s population fell by 868,177 over five years, 2020 census shows K年6月25日 E5時26分 Japan Times Japan’s population, including foreign nationals, fell by 868,177 over the past five years, results of the national census survey conducted last year showed. The population as of Oct. 1 stood at 126,226,568, the internal affairs ministry said in a …
  • Local camp an option, says JAAA boss K年6月19日 E6時54分 The Gleaner With the pre-Olympic camp in Japan cancelled, Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) president Garth Gayle says that a local-based camp could be an option for the athletics team as they make their final preparations for the Tokyo Olympic Games …
  • Top 7 Jamaican & Caribbean News Stories You Missed The Week Ending June 18th, 2021 K年6月19日 E10時57分 Jamaicans.com THIS WEEK’S TOP NEWS STORIES Top 7 Jamaican & Caribbean News Stories MINISTRY OF EDUCATION WARNS SCHOOLS AGAINST BARRING STUDENTS FROM EXAMS DUE TO HAIRSTYLES A nationwide warning to schools has been issued by the Ministry of Education in Jamaica to …
  • Jamaica’s Pre-Olympic Training Camp Cancelled K年6月17日 E8時04分 Caribbean National Weekly The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) has announced that the planned pre-Olympic training camp in Tottori, Japan, scheduled for two weeks leading into the Tokyo Olympic Games, has been cancelled. The cancellation was forced by the spread of the novel …
  • Camp cramp K年6月17日 E9時46分 The Gleaner Following the Jamaica Olympic Association’s (JOA) announcement yesterday that it has cancelled the country’s pre-Olympic Games training camp, Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) official Ian Forbes says that his organisation will now be …
  • Jamaica’s Olympic Camp Scheduled for Tottori, Japan Cancelled – JOA K年6月17日 E5時43分 Nationwide 90FM The Jamaica Olympic Association, JOA, in a statement announced that a decision has been taken to cancel the camp which had been scheduled for next month in the prefecture of Tottori, Japan. In a communication to the JOA, the Tottori Prefectural Government …
  • Japan’s local governments share tips to ensure smooth vaccinations K年6月12日 E1時45分 Japan Times The National Governors’ Association has compiled a list of advanced measures related to vaccinations against the coronavirus that have been adopted by local governments across the country. By sharing information, including on group vaccinations and how to …
  • Magazines shed some light on the successes and failures of the vaccination rollout in Japan K年6月12日 E1時31分 Japan Times With the rollout in vaccinations for those age 65 and over finally underway, magazines in Japan have taken up the topic from a variety of perspectives. As persuasive proof that vaccines can be counted on to do what they’re supposed to, a graph in Shukan …
  • Japan pushes higher wages in bid for regional revitalization K年6月10日 E12時18分 Japan Times The government plans to boost minimum wages in regional areas as part of efforts to address the over-concentration of people in Tokyo and ensure sustainable economic growth, officials said. A draft of the government's annual economic and fiscal policy …
  • New national 100-meter record-holder Ryota Yamagata sets sights on Olympics K年6月9日 E9時41分 Japan Times Although he had not been the fastest sprinter in Japan, Ryota Yamagata had been recognized by many as the strongest because of his ability to rise to the occasion on bigger stages. Now he has both titles — and with the Tokyo Olympics set to start in weeks, …
  • Athletics: Ryota Yamagata sets Japan national record with 9.95-second 100m K年6月7日 E12時05分 News On Japan Ryota Yamagata ran 100 meters in 9.95 seconds on Sunday at a race in Tottori in western Japan, shaving 0.02 off the national record set by Abdul Hakim Sani Brown in June 2019. Yamagata was a member of Japan's 2016 Olympic silver medal-winning 4x100- …
  • Ryota Yamagata sets national record with 9.95-second 100m sprint K年6月6日 E9時39分 Japan Times Ryota Yamagata ran 100 meters in 9.95 seconds on Sunday at a race in Tottori, shaving 0.02 off the national record set by Abdul Hakim Sani Brown in June 2019. Yamagata, 28, was a member of Japan’s 2016 Olympic silver medal-winning 4×100-meter relay team …
  • JOA green light for pre-Olympics camp K年6月3日 E6時35分 The Gleaner Despite the constant rise in COVID-19 cases in Japan, the host of this year’s Olympic Games, Christopher Samuda, president of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), said his organisation is going ahead with plans to stage a pre-Olympic camp in the country. …
  • Rural Japanese homes are selling for $500 or less K年5月31日 E11時14分 New York Post Get these $500 fixer-uppers — so long as you can read a Japanese construction manual. Japan is riddled with millions of vacant homes, called akiya, that local governments hope will sell for next to nothing. At last count, Japan’s Housing and Land survey …
  • Foreign students in Japan hunt online for jobs amid pandemic K年5月27日 E3時59分 Japan Times With the coronavirus pandemic adding to the challenge of finding work in a foreign country, overseas students in Japan have taken to visiting online job-information fairs, events that also give companies in rural areas access to a more diverse range of …
  • Foreign students in Japan job hunt online amid pandemic K年5月23日 E10時21分 Japan Today With the coronavirus pandemic adding to the challenge of finding work in a foreign country, overseas students in Japan have taken to visiting online job-information fairs, events that also allow companies in rural areas access to a more diverse range of …
  • JOA pressing ahead with plans for pre-Olympic training camp in Tottori K年5月21日 E1時50分 Radio Jamaica The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) says its pre-Olympic training camp is still set for Tottori in Japan despite Covid-19 concerns in that country. Those concerns have led to the USA cancelling its scheduled training camp in Japan. The Olympics is set …
  • Chinese acquiring land around military bases in Japan: Report K年5月21日 E8時54分 Deccan Chronicle Tokyo: After security concerns, over 700 Chinese-funded transactions of plots of land have been detected by the Japanese investigative groups around Military bases in Japan, a local newspaper reports. The investments and purchase plans were driven by …
  • Reality depends on your angle at the ‘super steep’ Eshima Ohashi Bridge K年5月20日 E7時56分 Stars and Stripes When viewed from the right angle, the “betabumi-zaka” ramp for the Eshima Ohashi Bridge looks like it’s shooting straight up into the sky. Betabumi-zaka means “a pedal-to-the-metal slope” in Japanese and the renowned insane-looking bridge connects …
  • The king of takeaway K年5月14日 E1時32分 Bangkok Post If not for the pandemic, Kinu by Takagi's superior bento box would have been unthinkable The current global crisis has made what was once unthinkable a sensible affair. And in the realm of gastronomy this also brings a momentous milestone. For …
  • Cultural Conversations: Learning about another culture through storytelling K年5月13日 E3時38分 The Observer - Washington State Learning about a different culture can be a fun and interesting experience, but it can also be difficult. On May 4, the Office of International Studies and Programs (OISP) and Brooks Library held its quarterly Cultural Conversations, which offered students …
  • Seattle U Women’s Golf Finishes Third at WAC Championships K年5月11日 E10時37分 The Spectator - Washington State The Seattle University women’s golf team persevered through the pandemic to close out its 2021 spring season with a respectable third place team finish at the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Championships held at Boulder Creek Golf Club in Boulder City, …
  • Hard to believe, but we’re running out of sand K年5月5日 E11時05分 Japan Times Two geologists walk into a bar. The first one says to the bartender, “You know, soon there’s going to be a shortage of sand.” The bartender looks up, waiting for the punchline. The second geologist says, “He’s not kidding and that’s not a joke.” Conjure up …
  • Pleasure flights over Japan take off with travel-hungry South Koreans K年5月5日 E11時04分 Japan Times Seoul – When Jun Jae-o, a pilot for South Korean low-cost carrier Air Seoul, announced that his plane was entering the skies above Japan’s Tottori Prefecture on the Sea of Japan coast one recent Sunday morning, the cabin began to come alive. While …
  • Tokyo Olympics Remain in Limbo Amid Pandemic K年5月5日 E10時33分 Al Bawaba The fate of the delayed Tokyo Olympics remains in limbo as regional governors in Japan prioritize their battle against the novel coronavirus pandemic. The results of a survey conducted by Japanese daily Mainichi showed on Wednesday that at least nine …
  • Tottori on top: Study says prefecture had best COVID-19 response, Osaka worst K年4月28日 E6時59分 Japan Times New research published Wednesday has shown that Tottori, the country’s most sparsely populated prefecture, has produced the most robust response to the coronavirus pandemic among all of Japan’s 47 prefectures. The statistical analysis by Yutaka Hamaoka, a …
  • Japan's Olympic host towns pull out over pandemic K年4月28日 E1時34分 The News International TOKYO: Hundreds of Japanese towns and cities have been forced to rethink plans to host Olympic teams because the coronavirus will prevent public appearances and require costly safety measures. The western town of Okuizumo spent more than $5 million …
  • Japan hit by Covid fourth wave three months before Olympics as host towns refuse to house athletes K年4月27日 E2時16分 Daily Mail Japanese towns and cities which are set to host Olympic teams are now refusing to house athletes due to costly safety measures amid a fourth wave of coronavirus in the country.  The western town of Okuizumo spent more than $5 million preparing to welcome …
  • Japan's Olympic host towns pull out over COVID-19 pandemic K年4月27日 E7時25分 Channel News Asia TOKYO: Hundreds of Japanese towns and cities have been forced to rethink plans to host Olympic teams because the coronavirus will prevent public appearances and require costly safety measures. The western town of Okuizumo spent more than US$5 million …
  • Tokyo Olympic torch staffer becomes event's 1st... K年4月25日 E5時58分 The Peninsula  22 Apr 2021 - 11:45 FILE PHOTO: The Rainbow Bridge and Tokyo Tower are illuminated with Olympic colours to mark 100 days countdown to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics that have been postponed to 2021 due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Tokyo, …
  • Torch relay has first positive virus case K年4月23日 E2時17分 Shanghai Daily A POLICE officer helping with Japan’s Olympic torch relay has become the first participant in the event to be diagnosed with COVID-19, organizers said yesterday. A man in his 30s tested positive for the virus after working on the relay in Kagawa …
  • Newsdeck: Tokyo Olympic torch staffer becomes event’s 1st COVID-19 infection K年4月22日 E3時09分 Daily Maverick A man in his 30s tested positive for the virus after working on the relay in Kagawa prefecture on Japan’s southern island of Shikoku, Tokyo 2020 said in a statement. The officer was guiding traffic in the town of Naoshima on Saturday and came down with a …
  • Tokyo Olympic torch staffer becomes event’s first COVID case K年4月22日 E10時10分 News (South Africa) The police officer tested positive for the virus after working on the relay in Kagawa prefecture on Japan’s island of Shikoku. A police officer helping with Japan’s Olympic Torch Relay has become the first participant related to the event to be diagnosed …
  • Olympic torch staffer is event's 1st COVID infection K年4月22日 E9時51分 Rediff.com IMAGE: Spectators try to touch the torch carried by torchbearer Junko Ito, after her run during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic torch relay on the second day of the relay in Fukushima, Japan (Picture used for representational purpose only). Photograph: Issei Kato…
  • Magnitude 4 earthquake rates may forecast larger future earthquakes K年4月22日 E9時37分 TerraDaily A new forecasting model suggests an uptick in the frequency of magnitude 4 earthquakes along certain faults can predict large earthquake events of magnitude 6.7 or larger. A few years ago, while studying seismic patterns along California's most active …
  • Tokyo Olympic torch staffer becomes event's 1st COVID-19 infection K年4月22日 E8時41分 Channel News Asia Sport A police officer helping with Japan's Olympic Torch relay has become the first participant in the event to be diagnosed with COVID-19, organisers said on Thursday. 22 Apr 2021 04:30PM Bookmark TOKYO: A police officer helping with Japan's …
  • Japan mulls another Covid-19 State of Emergency K年4月21日 E3時49分 Modern Tokyo Times Japan mulls another Covid-19 related State of Emergency Kanako Mita and Sawako Utsumi Modern Tokyo Times Another recent coronavirus (Covid-19) upsurge in parts of the country is happening again in Japan. Indeed, it seems like an endless situation whereby …
  • Can magnitude 4 earthquake rates be used to forecast large earthquake events? K年4月19日 E6時08分 Phys.org Boston College seismologist John Ebel and his colleagues have noted a pattern for some large California earthquakes: magnitude 4 or larger earthquakes occur at a higher rate along a fault in the two decades or more prior to a magnitude 6.7 or larger …
  • Kamitoku Ramen, dog spa and cafes among local businesses opening at Ward Village K年4月14日 E6時23分 KHON TV - Hawaii Posted: Apr 13, 2021 / 05:13 PM HST / Updated: Apr 13, 2021 / 05:26 PM HST HONOLULU (KHON2) — A mix of restaurants and retailers is bringing more local business to Ward Village that will cater to foodies, dog-lovers and the coffee-obsessed. “It …
  • The hottest literary travel destinations (to visit when lockdown ends) K年4月3日 E5時55分 The Guardian As a child I once found a set of old photographs of my home, with unknown people posing. I stood in the exact same spots, imagining a shiver of communication. I have since had the same experience standing in Virginia Woolf’s writing lodge at Monk’s House, …
  • National parks to offer free parking for eco-cars K年3月28日 E7時05分 News On Japan National parks to offer free parking for eco-cars Japan's Environment Ministry has decided to allow drivers to park their eco-friendly vehicles at some national parks and gardens for free, starting in April. The ministry made the decision as part of …
  • Tokyo tourism: Ryusenji (Meguro Fudo) Tendai Buddhist Temple K年3月18日 E8時13分 Modern Tokyo Times Tokyo tourism: Ryusenji (Meguro Fudo) Tendai Buddhist Temple Sawako Utsumi and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Tokyo is a mega-city known for being ultra-modern. However, among the hustle and bustle of life, the old world still ticks based on …
  • COVID-19 vaccinations for elderly to begin in populated areas amid limited supplies K年3月15日 E2時48分 Japan Times At least 30 out of Japan’s 47 prefectures plan to start coronavirus vaccinations for older people in prefectural capitals and other populated areas as the first batch of vaccine supply is expected to be limited when the rollout begins next month, according …
  • Vaccinations for elderly to begin in populous areas in limited supply K年3月13日 E9時51分 Japan Today At least 30 out of 47 prefectures in Japan plan to start coronavirus vaccinations for the elderly in populous areas, as supplies in the first batch are expected to be limited when the rollout begins next month, a Kyodo News survey found Saturday. While 12 …
  • Ten years after Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japan finding path to renewable energy future K年3月7日 E4時38分 Japan Times OSAKA – Ten years after the Great East Japan Earthquake, tsunami, and triple reactor meltdown at the Fukushima No. 1 power plant, renewable energy in Japan is no longer on the margins of official debate. Instead, it has become an integral part of …
  • Lasting Antiviral Effect against Covid-19 virus (SARS-CoV-2) by TAKEX CLEAN EXTRA K年2月1日 E10時09分 JCN Newswire Osaka, Japan, Feb 01, 2021 - (JCN Newswire) - Takex Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Suita City, Osaka Prefecture / President and CEO: Kumi Okada), the company engaged in the research and development of bamboo for about 34 years since the development of a …
  • Hemp business distances itself from narcotics K年1月27日 E9時37分 Deutsche Welle The announcement that the amount of marijuana in liquid form seized by customs officials in Tokyo in 2020 soared nearly 70 times from the previous year has attracted headlines in a country that still operates a zero-tolerance policy on all forms of …
  • Woman arrested after not paying taxi fare from Yokohama to Tottori K年1月18日 E3時42分 Japan Today Police in Tottori City have arrested a woman in her 40s on suspicion of fraud after she took a taxi from Yokohama to Tottori and then could not pay the fare. According to police, the woman, whose name and address have not been released, got into the taxi …
  • Sea of Japan coast braces for winter storm K年1月8日 E2時56分 News On Japan Sea of Japan coast braces for winter storm Violent snowstorms have been hitting coastal areas along the Sea of Japan. There are warnings of avalanches and blizzards. The Meteorological Agency said on Thursday that winds are becoming stronger nationwide. A …
  • Tokyo hits near-record 944 coronavirus cases as Aichi and Fukuoka log highs K年12月31日 E8時52分 Japan Times A total of 3,852 people were found positive for the novel coronavirus in Japan on Wednesday. The daily total stood above 3,000 for two days in succession and hit the second-highest level after the record high of 3,877 logged on Saturday. The number of …
  • Stormy New Year expected over wide areas of Japan K年12月31日 E5時59分 News On Japan Stormy New Year expected over wide areas of Japan Japan's Meteorological Agency is warning that heavy snowfall is forecast over wide areas during the New Year's holidays. They are calling on people to refrain from non-essential outings. The severe …
  • Tokyo confirms near-record of 944 coronavirus cases Wednesday K年12月30日 E8時13分 Japan Times Tokyo reported 944 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday, a record high for a Wednesday and the second-highest figure for any day on record after the 949 cases logged Saturday. Wednesday was the 16th straight day Tokyo recorded a new high for a particular day of …
  • Tokyo COVID-19 surge continues with 856 cases, 50% above Tuesday record K年12月30日 E6時25分 Japan Times The daily number of new COVID-19 cases in Japan reached 3,608 on Tuesday, rising above the 3,000 mark for the first time in three days. Meanwhile, the number of severely ill COVID-19 patients across the country increased by 14 from the previous day to a …
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Special wards are a special form of municipalities in Japan under the 1947 Local Autonomy Law.

They are city-level wards: primary subdivisions of a prefecture with municipal autonomy largely comparable to other forms of municipalities.

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Area: 627.6 km²
Region: Kantō

Island: Honshu

Prefecture: Tokyo

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