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The Scariest Toilet Paper in Japan
The Fearful Toilet Paper Written by Suzuki Koji
Date:17, Jun, 2013
Investigated and Written by Misaka Youhei
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At the head of 21st century, we had seen American movements for remaking some Japanese horror films like The Grudge. It was, needless to mention, because horror movies were extremely booming in Japan and they aimed at the fad. We Japanese were almost surrounded by seeds of fear like Ju-on, Isola, Audition and so on. It made some unable to go to the toilet alone at night from feeling frightened so much.

Among a lot of fearful movies, what impressed us most must be Ring which gave birth to the dark heroine; Yamamura Sadako. When I first watched Ring on the videotape, I was tightly seized with fear and made a dash for running away from the monitor. Of course, the film delineated Sadako different from the original novel which described her as a kind of computer virus.


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They say good paper is from good water. Hayashi Paper is established in Shizuoka where flows pure water of high quality and they have released the Scariest Toilet Paper in Japan since June 2009. Suzuki Koji is an original writer of Ring and he has written a short novel; Drop on the paper.

The short horror story is printed on the toilet paper which has 11.4 cm wide and 30 meters length, and waits for you in the rest room. They say Suzuki Koji is from Hamamatsu and closely related to Shizuoka where Hayashi Paper is. Anyway, the horror makes us feel frightened alone in the water closet although horror usually makes us unable to go to the toilet alone. I guess it might be a sort of reverse thinking.

Of course, you can funnel it down into the dark water after reading.


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about Hayashi Paper Co.,Ltd.

・Established in 1956
・Employees: 35
・Head office: 626 Hina, Fuji-shi, Shizuoka, 417-0847 Japan
・Tel: +81-545-34-1441
・Factory: Shizuoka
・Official site: Hayashi Paper (Japanese)






 

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