English Ver.

ストッパ

Stoppa

There is a drinkable medicine for irritable bowel syndrome and sudden diarrhea called “Stoppa” and is sold at drug stores in Japan.
Salesman and students preparing for an exam, which are both people who can have stress, are always carrying around this drug. The employees for this medicine company goes to Takakura Shrine in Kyoto is known as “Belly God” to worship. According to data, one in five people could not pass exams due to pressure of entrance examination, even though they were supposed to be so easily. They focus on advertising this drug a lot inside trains during exam season.

日本では過敏性腸症候群や突然の下痢などに
水なしで飲める「ストッパ」という薬が
薬局で売られています。

お腹の弱いサラリーマンやストレスの多い受験生など、
常に持ち歩いている人たちがいます。
受験シーズンにこの薬を販売している会社の社員が
「おなかの神様」である京都の高倉神社にお参りしています。
入試のプレッシャーによる体調不良で、
合格できるはずなのに、できなかった人が、
5人に1人いるというデータが出たからです。
受験シーズンには電車に薬の広告が貼られるなど、
宣伝に力を入れているようです。

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