Ichiro Endo comments

Posted in: Number of landslides in Japan surges almost 50% in a decade See in context

I knew for the first time that number of landslide happen 1.5 time more frequently compared with previous 10 years.

but it’s for sure that in western Japan we have seen more downpours and torrential rainfall right this rain weather season in the past decade.

This is because of more humid moisture flows. Global warming has made temperature of sea surface that forms more humid air and ends up easily triggering downpours and torrential rainfall especially in the region.

Under the risk of the infection from this season , we might have to More keep eye on weather information to make prompt decision for evaluating to communities or families

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 57 new coronavirus infections See in context

The media said, half number of the infection cases are occupied night club related workers and young people from 20s to 30s

I wish Tokyo government has continued monitored and controlled the trend

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Posted in: Australia's Victoria state struggles to contain coronavirus See in context

It might be more difficult situation for Australia. As it’s the time of season of winter that means there is more chance for both spread of COVID-19 and Flu.

the current low number of cases are because of high medical systems and well-controlled by government??

I hope the cases don’t become increasing.

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Posted in: Half of telecommuters in Japan work longer hours than before pandemic: Rengo See in context

It’s not surprise. We are on our way to get used to new norm.

I think the importance is that government and companies continue to urge employers to take teleworking unless necessaries

Also the government have to urge public schools to adopt something like online learning and provide computers for children who doesn’t own sufficient computers for leaning

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Posted in: U.S. demanded Japan pay $8 bil annually for troops: Bolton See in context

this news will make the US government disadvantage more as well as the incident of recent protest against racism.

But for Japan this won’t affect any self-defense policy that must improve or strengthen the defense capacity by ourselves against neighbor countries

If Japan can not afford it, I hope Japan ask for allied countries to help with paying money more ....

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Posted in: JAL to raise ¥500 bil to secure financial base See in context

I took a domestic flight yesterday in response of Japan lifting the restriction of interprefectural travels on Friday

When I booked the tickets online, the seats were almost full. But actually Seats were cut to keep distance.

30% of seats I guessed were used.

I felt it’s safer to be onboard than staying at restaurants with more confined spaces.

Having said ventilation in airplane is sufficient taken.

So I’m wondering if more international flights reopen early not only to 4 Asian Pacific countries which already permitted to travel but also More countries like Asian countries.

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Posted in: High summer temperatures no relief against virus spread: Abe See in context

I think the government so far has been under controlled on the 2nd infection.

The higher number of cases in Tokyo on Sunday was also expected. Because of the result of the people related to night clubs took positively the PCR tests.

But I really still feel nervous and be careful every when I take public transportations

nobody cannot see the virus

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Posted in: Toyota chief promises shareholders profits despite pandemic See in context

It’s not only Automobile industry’s affecting COVID-19 but also been in a transition or revolution for past recent years in response to proposals is automated and EVs

Despite these situation , profit staying in black is outstanding

So I really look forward to TOYOTA’s actions under his strong Japanese leadership and foresight

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Posted in: Chubu airport to resume int'l flights from Tuesday See in context

That’s good news. We still have to be nervous though.

I wish each major airports where’s been relatively stable condition about virus resume the operation step by step.

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Posted in: Temperatures soar across Japan amid concerns that face masks may cause heatstroke See in context

That’s helpful that the health experts say it’s not necessary to take off masks if you keep distance from others 2m But also we have to take self-management also, like drink water constantly

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Posted in: Tokyo to ask nightlife workers to take coronavirus tests See in context

I think the attempt would be very effective. And I hope the involving workers at night clubs will take it positive way. government has been under control at present.

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Posted in: Japan's low virus mortality rate reflects social manners: Aso See in context

Yes, he is right.

The relatively low mortality rate from the new coronavirus is because of high level of social manner.

It also shows the recent cases in Tokyo. The half number of cases are likely to be related to night clubs.

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Posted in: Japan's crowded trains spark fear of new coronavirus cases See in context

I quoted “The train is the symbol of Japanese workaholic society”

I’m one of the users for JR trains. I can feel it must be norm if someone get infected with the overcrowding trains since the state of emergency has been lifted.

i really hope the government residents in Kanto region to take remote work. Not urge them.

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Posted in: Japan's crowded trains spark fear of new coronavirus cases See in context

I quoted “The train is the symbol of Japanese workaholic society”

i really hope the Japan government force residents in Kanao region to take remote work. Not just urge them.

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Posted in: How the coronavirus is changing working styles in Japan See in context

I wish the government force all companies to take the style.

Because I can see the overcrowding trains recovering in Tokyo since the declaration of state of emergency was lifted.

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Posted in: Japan braces for double punch of coronavirus, natural disasters See in context

Over the past decade, there’s tendency that heavy rainfall hit in the western part of Japan in this rain weather season. June to July.

Not only bracing for disaster earlier but also it’ll necessary and vital for elderly people to move to other houses like their relative or friends who live in safer area a few days before we see the rainfall

It will be hard to prepare suitable shelter with there Cs. Because number and space of the each school and community centres are limited.

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Posted in: Trump calls for delay in G-7 meeting; seeks expansion with Russia, S Korea, Australia, India See in context

Who would have stated opinions flat-out to US president. she’s deserved as a real world leader.

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Posted in: 14 new coronavirus infections reported in Tokyo See in context

It’s something like ironic, because the 2nd phase was set following the decline in the number of cases are the single digit.

But the relaxation of any many restriction business is vital in any case.

And Tokyo government has a control of the tendency on the recent case that about half a number of the cases might have occurred in young generation which is 20s and 30s especially relevant to night clubs.

So I wish most business are able to take a fully open under the control.

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Posted in: Tokyo to further relax restrictions on Monday, Koike says See in context

Now it’s time when many business reopen to recover economy.

all owners of each business are required to get a sufficient preparation for preventing the infection.

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Posted in: Blue Impulse jets fly over Tokyo to salute medical workers See in context

I agree with the conclusion of the article.

I guess there are insufficient equipment or medical cloths or so.

This may be not time when government pay for this Kind of ceremony

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Posted in: Chinese lawmakers endorse Hong Kong national security law See in context

I’m very very sorry that law was voted.

it surely could undermine the freedom and independence of legal, economy and everything that we can do

I know HIng Kong people are so smart and intelligent

I wish If HK people have a plan to move to Japan or Taiwan , make a new life and help the world develop

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Posted in: Doctor arrested for sexually molesting woman during examination See in context

This kind of incidents happen every year. Not many though

Itll be needed to investigate some other cases for him

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Posted in: Japan considers giving ¥200,000 per worker at hospitals treating virus See in context

For not only medical workers but also venders supporting equipment, they’ll work together and sacrifice themselves I think. I wish they also have a something allowance

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Posted in: Out-of-season snow falls in Tokyo, surrounding areas See in context

It might’ve been a lucky weather for Japan or Tokyo to make people stay home on Sunday. At the same time, the scenery of snowing with cherry blossom is so beautiful and unusual. It recorded the latest snow in 10 years in Tokyo.

I wish I could see the late snow again next year.

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Posted in: 58 infected with coronavirus at welfare facility in Chiba See in context

It might going to the same situation as it in US or Europe.

I really hope the government’s quick and the most suitable response.

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