Japanese swimwear company designs radiation shielding underwear

Yamamoto, a Japanese swimwear company, has designed a line of clothing that is meant to protect wearers from radiation. A radiation proof dry suit will cost you $1072 and a pair of radiation proof underwear will cost you another $825.

The Fukushima nuclear disaster still remains fresh in the minds of many, despite the event happening nearly three years ago. Well, much has been said about it, and I am quite sure that the Japanese government and people are working hand in hand to help alleviate the condition there within the shortest time possible. Yamamoto Corp. a swimwear company in Japan, has decided to do their bit for the country by coming up with an interesting kind of clothing line that they call “radiation shield wear”.

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