At 6:7 a.m., the government sent out information to Okinawa Prefecture with the J-Alert = nationwide instantaneous warning system, saying, "It seems that a missile was launched from North Korea, please evacuate inside the building or underground," but at 4:<> a.m., the government sent out new information and said, "It is expected that the missile mentioned earlier will not fly into Japan. We will lift the evacuation call."

We will update you from time to time about the movement of Okinawa Prefecture, which was temporarily subject to evacuation.

Information on ship damage not confirmed (as of 7:45)

According to the 11th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters, which has jurisdiction over the waters around Okinawa Prefecture, as of 7:45 a.m., no information on damage to ships has been confirmed.

Okinawa Prefectural Police No damage information confirmed (as of 7:40)

According to the Okinawa Prefectural Police Headquarters, as of 7:40 a.m., no information on damage has been confirmed in the prefecture.

Flights Delayed 3 flights departing from Naha Airport (as of 7:30)

According to airlines, due to the issue of J-Alert, as of 7:3 a.m., at least three flights such as Japan Airlines departing from Naha Airport could not depart, causing delays.

In addition, due to the approach of Typhoon No. 31 on the 2st, All Nippon Airways has decided to cancel a total of 24 flights connecting Shin-Ishigaki and Miyako to Naha and Haneda.

Okinawa No damage information (as of 6:50)

According to Okinawa Prefecture, as of 6:50 a.m., there was no information on damage, and information collection is continuing to be carried out by contacting municipalities.

6:45 Okinawa Prefectural Government Staff are busy contacting

At around 6:45 a.m. after the J-Alert was issued, the staff of the Okinawa Prefectural Office, who had been on standby since the night of the 30th, were busy contacting municipalities, related organizations, and related departments of the prefectural government.

At around 7 a.m., staff arrived at the office one after another, and coordination is currently underway for the Crisis Management Headquarters meeting.

Yonaguni Island J-Alert voice played on disaster prevention radio

In the Kubura area, located in the west of Yonaguni Island, sirens and voices of J-Alert were played via disaster prevention radio.

Hotel employees seemed to be concerned about their surroundings.

A man in his 20s who lives nearby said, "I'm confused because I don't understand the situation."

Mayors gather at Ishigaki Island City Hall to confirm information

In Maesato, Ishigaki City, sirens and voices of J-Alert were played through the disaster prevention radio, and then the voices of Ishigaki City officials called for people to stay indoors.

In addition, Mayor Nakayama and disaster prevention officials gathered at Ishigaki City Hall to check information on TV and respond to inquiries from outside.

A farmer in his 70s said, "I wasn't particularly interested, but I didn't expect it to be so fast, so I was watching the situation on TV indoors."