A card shop in Akihabara went viral over the weekend for being so outspoken about hygiene that it borders on confrontational . Card Shop’s Twitter account: Trading Card Verse The Akihabara store announced Saturday that employees will stop people they subjectively believe have a bad smell. Those stopped have the option to use some of the hygiene products provided by the store, or be evicted from the premises.
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Febreze freshener spray is free to use, but fragrance will cost (8 cents) or 20 yen ( cents) per dose.
Why the strict method? The Twitter account explained that the store had received many complaints about customer body odor. There is a corner of this store with discount cards as low as 10 yen per piece, and this area has the nearest become more popular.
Reactions to store tweets vary. Some expressed sympathy for the owners, while others commented amusedly that card game lovers of course have hygiene concerns. On the other hand, it has also been pointed out that spraying on perfume may backfire, making the area smell even more pungent.
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Comiket , or at least figure out some other way to mask body odor. Last month, voice actor and singer Takahashi Rie was due to Her fans, who became famous for telling the story, wash their bodies before her concerts so that their smell doesn’t bother others. Luckily, she’s much better than the owner of Card Shop: Trading Card Verse Akihabara.
[Via Hachima Kikō]