When Mayor Kawamura of Nagoya City received a report of winning a gold medal from a softball player who played an active part in the Tokyo Olympics on the 4th, he suddenly put the announced medal in his mouth and chewed it, and the city hall received a criticism call and email. It is one after another.

Mayor Kawamura of Nagoya City met with pitcher Miu Goto, who is a member of the Japan Women's Softball Team and is from Atsuta Ward, Nagoya City, on the morning of the 4th, and received a report of winning a gold medal.

Among them, Mayor Kawamura, when pitcher Goto hung a gold medal around his neck, suddenly put it in his mouth after holding the medal in his hand.

By 5:30 pm, the Nagoya City Public Hearing Division received 46 calls and emails criticizing "it should not have been done while the new corona was calling for infection prevention" and "it was a rude act." In addition, similar criticisms have been received from other departments.

Furthermore, criticisms are being heard one after another on SNS.