ニュースの中での Prefecture

出版物および例文

The Japan Times
· Shonan beaches to be without huts and lifeguards due to virus controls  
The 25 beaches in Kanagawa Prefecture, including some of its biggest in Shonan, attracted 3.2 million visitors last year.
The Japan Times
· Coronavirus-linked business failures top 200 in Japan  
Coronavirus-related bankruptcies have occurred in 39 of the country’s 47 prefectures.
The Japan Times
· Karaoke masks and silent roller coasters coming to Japan in coronavirus era  
But that didn’t stop customers from queuing up outside outlets of Manekineko, the nation’s largest karaoke chain, as they re-opened for business last week in Kanagawa Prefecture.
The Japan Times
· Pandemic and new app give Osaka city’s smokers incentive to kick the habit  
Toyonaka in Osaka Prefecture, which launched the program last year, has seen a roughly threefold increase in users since the pandemic began.
The Japan Times
· Go big when you’re clearing out your space  
Note that this is a very general definition; some areas, such as Tokyo’s Suginami Ward, have a limit of 220 cm, and some, like Fujisawa, Kanagawa Prefecture, even differentiate between electrical and nonelectrical goods, with a starting point of 30 cm for the former, and 50 cm for the latter.
The Japan Times
· With reopening of libraries and cinemas, Tokyo adapting to new normal  
“Watching movies in the same space as others while hearing them breathing in the dark room is thrilling,” said a 66-year-old female visitor from Sagamihara, Kanagawa Prefecture.
The Japan Times
· Japan’s skies light up with fireworks to brighten nation’s mood  
Fireworks displays also took place in Sapporo, Osaka, Fukuoka, Iwanuma, Miyagi Prefecture, and Toyohashi, Aichi Prefecture.
Japan Today
· Virus-hit cruise liner leaves Nagasaki after a month's quarantine  
Six remain hospitalised in a non-life-threatening condition, Nagasaki prefecture officials said.
Japan Today
· Japan starts coronavirus antibody tests on 10,000 people  
The tests, which look for specific proteins made by the immune system in response to infection, began in Tokyo and Miyagi Prefecture, and Osaka will follow suit on Wednesday.
Japan Today
· Universal Studios Japan to reopen on June 8  
The Japanese theme park operator owned by U.S. cable and media company Comcast Corp said it would reopen on June 8 to residents of Osaka Prefecture, and to residents of nearby regions from June 19.