Japanese Anti-Radiation Underwear

An Osaka based company named Yamamoto, in the wake of increased danger from the Fukushima nuclear disaster, has launched anti-radiation swimwear and underwear as the crisis continues to haunt the country. The officials from Yamamoto Corporation claim that the wetsuit styled garment has micron sized bubbles that can block 100 percent of beta rays. It is priced at $1,072 and will go on sale by November.

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