Environmentally Friendly Products to Keep Cool in Japan

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June 6, 2012, Tokyo, Japan – The scarfs “Shirokuma no Kimochi”, which can keep skin cool and make sweat evaporate when worn is seen on display at Tokyu Hands, a popular department store in downtown Tokyo. With the hot summer season coming up, people in Japan are encouraged to find alternative ways to conserve energy by using environmentally friendly products on keeping cool. Since the March 11, 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami that triggered a nuclear crisis in the country, has alarmed not only the people living in Japan, but the entire world to use products safe for the environment. (Photo by Yumeto Yamazaki/AFLO)

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A woman tries out a solar powered mobile fan at Tokyu Hands, a popular department store in downtown Tokyo, June 6, 2012. With the hot summer season coming up, people in Japan are encouraged to find alternative ways to conserve energy by using environmentally friendly products on keeping cool. Since the March 11, 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami that triggered a nuclear crisis in the country, has alarmed not only the people living in Japan, but the entire world to use products safe for the environment. (Photo by Yumeto Yamazaki/AFLO)