地元 松本市 ニュース、 日本
Matsumoto Castle is the main historical attraction of the city, preserved in its original form, supplemented by a collection of firearms, despite the steep stairs, not a tiring visit.
A very beautiful castle, I can’t even believe that it is a military fortress, it is too beautiful and picturesque.
Near the castle there is a street dedicated to frogs. The whole street is souvenir shops. A lot of cute things that are more likely to be works of art than standard tourist rubbish. I took five frogs with me.
By the way, to the left of the entrance to the fortress there is a booth of volunteer guides who will give you a free tour of the castle in English.
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Honshu Island Police Service Receives New Patrol Car From Toyota
The Lexus LC500 is powered by a 5.0-liter aspirated engine capable of delivering 477 horsepower horses.
The car has an intelligent electronic stability system that will allow you to drive through corners at high speed.
Japan is shaken by a powerful earthquake
An earthquake of magnitude 5.8 occurred south of the Japanese Izu Peninsula in the eastern part of the main island of Honshu, without a tsunami threat.
The epicenter of the tremors was in the Pacific Ocean near the uninhabited island of Torishima, 600 km from Tokyo. The focus was located at a depth of about 60 km under the ocean floor.
No data on casualties or damage has been reported at the moment.
In the area of the Japanese capital, the movement of high-speed express trains "Shinkansen" was temporarily suspended. After checking the security systems, it was resumed.
The Japan Meteorological Office has issued a major earthquake emergency warning for Shizuoka, Tokyo, Kanagawa and Chiba prefectures.
China's anti-epidemic supply exports were worth 438.5b yuan ($67.7b) in 2020 as it actively carried out intl co-op to fight against COVID19. Exports included:
-2.31b pieces of protective clothing
-289m pairs of goggles
-1.08b test kits
Japan sets a condition for fans to attend the 2020 Olympics
To enter Japan, fans will need to download information such as passport details, ticket number, photo and a negative coronavirus test certificate into a special multilingual smartphone application. This will allow fans to avoid being quarantined for two weeks, which is currently a condition of entry into Japan. Detailed requirements for the application will be approved by the International Olympic Committee.
However, the Japanese authorities do not plan to make pre-vaccination a prerequisite for travel. In addition, tourists will not be limited in using public transport and visiting catering establishments.
While in Japan, foreigners will also be advised to install an app that is currently being used to track contacts with COVID-19 cases. So, when the Bluetooth transmitter is turned on, the user's smartphone will fix other users in the internal memory of the device if they have been at a distance of less than 1 meter for 15 minutes or more. In case of detection of a coronavirus or any symptoms of infection, a person will have to enter this information into the application on their own, and those who were in contact with him will receive a corresponding notification.
Fans will also need to scan QR codes at hotels and restaurants to keep their browsing history and update the app on a regular basis with information about their health and temperature.
The Tokyo Olympics were supposed to take place from July 24 to August 9, 2020. However, due to the pandemic, the Games will be held from July 23 to August 8, 2021. At the same time, the name of the Tokyo 2020 Games has been retained.
Japan will give up petrol cars
Only hybrids, electric vehicles and fuel cell vehicles will be available for purchase. Japan wants to completely end emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases by 2050. A number of countries also intend to abandon gasoline cars. For example, the UK plans to ban their sale by 2030, and France by 2040.