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A recent trend among Japanese companies, fueled by the advent of social media, is to produce outlandish products designed more to shock and awe the masses than to serve useful functions. Instant noodle maker Nissin has been at the forefront of this strategy, releasing highly unusual devices for its Cup Noodle and UFO branded products.
But Mune Pharmaceutical, an unlikely maker of enemas from Hyogo prefecture, also appears in the novelty product game through an annual series of competitions for unusual prizes.
▼ “Pfft, I won.”
It all started in 2013, when the Mune hosted a contest where 100 lucky entrants would win two kilograms (4.4 lbs) of elephant dung. In their words, it is used as fertilizer, but what happens between people and their elephant dung is their business.
▼ “Drink poop?”
The following year was actually quite extravagant, with Mune offering 30 packs of Kopi Luwak, often touted as “the most expensive coffee in the world”, and which had been excreted from Asian palm civets before being sold.
In 2015, 50 people could win a special soap made from the droppings of the Japanese bush warbler, known to promote skin health. Think about it the next time you wash your car.
Now that the 2018 awards have been announced, you’ll be happy to hear it’s free of any poop.
▼”Mune Pharmaceutical’s Original Bowel Muffler Gift! “
Naked bellies are popular in Japan recently, and Mune decided to go a step further and launch the “naked large intestine” fashion. Only 30 of this scarf were producedfeaturing a bold gut graphic, to show that you’re a woman or man of the 2010s who knows what they want and clearly has the guts to get it.
From now until December 31st, residents of Japan can enter the contest on the dedicated website linked below to win this stylish neck accessory. There, you can also learn 30 different ways to wear a bowel scarf and read an interview with a model who works under the pseudonym Uncho Dashitalina (which roughly translates to “I took a Poo-lina”) and showcases amazing Professional level this particular task.
The suit, along with other enema-themed gimmicks like the one-off enema penguin mascot Kan-chan, may be a joke, but regularity is no joke, folks. So we encourage you not only to take part in this contest, but also to let Mune Pharm’s premium enemas get into your clogged passages when necessary – for your health!
Source, Image: Mune Pharmaceutical Colon Muffler Competition