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Scissors for Sorting Garbage
A Proof of Japan's Disease?
Date:03, May, 2019
Investigated and Written by Misaka Youhei
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Scissors for Sorting Garbage
No.: S3716317
Price: 1,000 YEN + Tax
Good day, everybody. Today I'm talking about Scissors for Sorting Garbage produced by Sun-star Stationary. Sorting Garbage in Japan looks, I suppose, almost crazy in comparison to other countries. Of course, garbage-sorting itself is found in some nations. But I can say you are pretty difficult to find the country that forces the people to sort strictly like Japan. I am sorry but I have to say Japan's government and municipal corporations are perfectly crazy about sorting garbage.

Look at the weird scissors which work in 10 ways when you sort garbage. The scissors have been on sale over a decade. In other words, there are many Japanese people who love to use the scissors for sorting strictly. Why do they love to do it? I don't know at all. I don't think understanding why is meaningful.



Why are Japan's government so eager to force the people to sort garbage extremely? My opinion says they would always like to hunt for concessions. Sorting garbage strictly needs extra employment, because they have to collect trash too many times. Extra employment leads them to enlarging the regulatory authority. Needless to say, it means Japanese people are too far from reducing expenses and saving energy.

When in Rome do as the Romans do, anyway. All I can say is that you'd better not live in Japan if you can. Having to use the weird scissors for nothing but sorting garbage is doubtlessly a tragedy, I guess. Don't you think so?

For instance, natural is sorting plastic bottles to burnable rubbish. International commonsense says that burning out plastic bottles is no problem. Sadly, most of Japanese people don't believe it is natural, however. It looks that they take their eyes off from the world standard and madly gets lost in their unique wild fancies. I think the disease made Japan drop out from global competition. Are they going to be cured? As you know, you first have to recognize what illness you have, in order to get well. It means they are difficult to be sane.


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