Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated in Nara City in July this year. This afternoon, a "state funeral" will be held at the "Nihon Budokan" in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo. This morning, a large number of people lined up to enter the venue. Many people also laid flowers in condolences.

(AFP)

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated in July this year. This afternoon, a "state funeral" will be held at the "Nihon Budokan" in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo. A large number of people queued up early this morning, including some people I arrived in a wheelchair, and there are also many people laying flowers in condolences at the flower arrangement near the Budokan.

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated in Nara City in July this year. A "state funeral" will be held at the "Nihon Budokan" in Tokyo at 2:00 p.m. local time today (1:00 p.m. Taiwan time on the same day). Traffic is restricted around Nippon Budokan.

It is said that about 4,300 guests were invited to attend this time, including 700 foreigners.

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Japanese media sources pointed out that a flower-laying stand was also set up in Kudanzaka Park near the Nippon Budokan for those who could not attend the state funeral.

Although the state funeral ceremony only started in the afternoon, a large number of people lined up outside the venue early in the morning waiting to enter the venue, and a large number of people came to the venue to lay flowers. They all folded their hands in condolence in front of Abe's portrait, and some people wept in front of the flower arrangement.

According to foreign TV footage, there are also people in wheelchairs at the scene, and some people are sitting on the ground during the waiting period. Almost everyone has a bouquet of flowers in their hands to pay tribute to the late Prime Minister.

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated in Nara City in July this year, and a "state funeral" will be held this afternoon. This morning, a large number of people lined up to enter the venue. At the flower arrangement near the Budokan, many people laid flowers in condolences, and others Crying on the spot.

(AFP)

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated in Nara City in July this year. This afternoon, a "state funeral" will be held at the "Nihon Budokan" in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo. This morning, a large number of people lined up to enter the venue, including some people in wheelchairs. .

(Reuters)

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated in Nara City in July this year. This afternoon, a "state funeral" will be held at the "Nihon Budokan" in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo. This morning, a large number of people lined up to enter the venue, including some people in wheelchairs. .

(Reuters)

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated in Nara City in July this year. This afternoon, a "state funeral" will be held at the "Nihon Budokan" in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo. This morning, a large number of people lined up to enter the venue. Many people also laid flowers in condolences.

(Reuters)