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Bizarre Trend in Japan After the Suicide of Kiyoko Matsumoto

On February 12, 1933, a 19-year-old Japanese school girl named Kiyoko Matsumoto committed suicide by jumping into the active volcanic crater of Mount Mihara, on the island of Izu Ōshima.


Matsumoto had developed an infatuation with one of her fellow student named Masako Tomita. Since lesbian relationships were considered taboo in Japanese culture at that time, she and Tomita decided to travel to the volcano so that Matsumoto could end her life there, what she really did.

After her tragic death, this act started a bizarre trend in Japan, and in the following year, 944 people including 804 men and 140 women leap into the volcano to meet their horrible death. Within the next two years, 350 more suicides were happened there and some visitors would often travel to Mount Mihara just to watch the pathetic scene of people's jump.

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