Jul 13, 2008


Some days ago, I threw away "Muto-happu" because I heard it was a chemical substance that was used for making a poisonous gas. You can make a hydrogen sulfide gas by mixing it with a detergent named "Sanpoll".

"Muto-happu" is a traditional chemical substance in Japan. If you pour it into a bath, water turns into white and looks like some "onsen". And it is used for some skin trouble.

People in Japan say a word with different pronunciations in several cases. "六" is pronounced "mu" or "roku". And "一〇" is pronounced "tou" or "jyuu".

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