2022年02月13日

2月13日:毎日5分の英語習慣:藤井聡太最年少将棋5冠 貨物機から60kg落下



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今朝の日本の英語ニュースです。

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日本:非居住外国人の入国禁止緩和を検討へ
日本の東北地方の平均気温が4.6℃上昇する可能性
トヨタ:米国2工場で電気自動車用部品の生産を拡大
貨物機から60kgの主翼部品が落下
藤井聡太:史上最年少で将棋5冠を達成
五輪マスコット:まさかの声公開に衝撃
ウクライナ人選手:競技終了後に「No War」
新潟の製菓工場で深夜に火災:5人死亡、1人不明
児童の着替え画像所持:小学校教師の男逮捕


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Japan to consider easing nonresident foreigner entry ban: Prime Minister Kishida.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said Saturday the government will consider easing an entry ban on nonresident foreigners introduced in November to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, amid growing criticism from academic and business circles.
He did not clearly state when the border control could be eased, with the current measures scheduled to end on Feb. 28.

Mean temperature in Japan's northeast may rise by 4.6 C by end of the century: JMA.
At the end of the 21st century, the annual average temperature in Japan's northeast will have risen by as much as 4.6 degrees Celsius, according to calculations by the Japan Meteorological Agency's Sendai Regional Headquarters.
The regional HQ also projected that the area would see twice as many days with heavy rainfall of over 100 millimeters.

Toyota expands electric car parts production at 2 U.S. plants.
Toyota announced Friday that it will further expand production of electric vehicle parts at plants in West Virginia and Tennessee in a $90 million investment.
The announcement comes three months after the Japanese automaker said it would invest $240 million to add a production line dedicated to hybrid powertrains at its facility in Buffalo, West Virginia. The latest upgrade involves spending $73 million at the plant to annually assemble an estimated 120,000 rear motor stators, a key component in electric motors.

60-kg wing component missing from cargo plane in Japan may have fallen off mid-flight.
Inspectors at Narita International Airport discovered on Feb. 11 that a component covering a part of a Boeing 747-8 cargo plane's left wing had gone missing.
According to the transport ministry's Narita Airport office, the some 60-kg cover is made of metal and plastic, and is 4.4 meters long and 60 centimeters wide. It may have fallen off during flight from Shanghai for operated by the Nippon Cargo Airlines Co..

Sota Fujii becomes youngest shogi player with 5 major titles.
Shogi prodigy Sota Fujii took another step Saturday toward his ultimate goal of winning all of the board game's eight major titles by claiming his fifth as the youngest player in history at age 19 and 6 months.
Fujii completed a sweep of 37-year-old Akira Watanabe in the best-of-seven Osho championship with Game 4 victory in Tachikawa, western Tokyo, after entering the series in early January as the challenger.

Olympic mascot's voice reveal draws unwanted attention in China.
The Beijing Olympics' ice suit-wearing panda mascot Bing Dwen Dwen was a huge hit with shoppers in China -- until it started talking in a deep, male voice.
The revelation of the Olympic mascot's "uncle" voice, which came in a program on China's state-run China Central Television on Tuesday, generated some social media backlash from Bing Dwen Dwen fans, making organizers break into an icy-cold sweat.

Olympics: Ukrainian athlete flashes ‘No War’ sign after competing.
A Ukrainian skeleton athlete flashed a small sign that read “No War in Ukraine” to the cameras as he finished a run at the Beijing Olympics on Friday night, a plea for peace at a time of rising tensions between his country and Russia.
Vladyslav Heraskevych's sign was printed on a blue-and-yellow piece of paper, matching the colors of his country's flag.

5 die, 1 missing in late-night blaze at Niigata rice cracker plant.
Five people perished and one is still missing after a late-night fire at a rice cracker factory here that operated around the clock.
The blaze broke out around 11:45 p.m. on Feb. 11 at the Sanko Seika Co. plant and was extinguished nearly 12 hours later.
Among the dead were four female part-time workers in their 60s and 70s.
Twenty-two fire trucks and rescue vehicles were dispatched to the scene of the fire, which was extinguished at 11:10 a.m. on Feb. 12.

Tokyo primary school teacher arrested over photos of student changing.
A 46-year-old teacher at a Tokyo elementary school was arrested on Feb. 12 on suspicion of breaking child pornography laws by keeping photos of his student getting changed on a smartphone.
The Metropolitan Police Department's First Investigation Division arrested the suspect, who lives in the city of Saitama, on suspicion of possessing child pornography and violating the child prostitution and child pornography law.
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