Japanese people have dragged their environmental concern all the way to women's hearts by designing a bra, which can be used by busy women to stack their recyclable eating utensils. The 'My Hashi Bra' (or My Chopsticks Bra) was unveiled on Wednesday by Triumph, the makers of women's underwear. It is designed with cups resembling a pair of rice and miso soup bowls and contains side pouches to hold compact chopsticks. The bra comes with collapsible chopsticks stashed inside its body.
Japanese folks throw away nearly 25 million pairs of wooden chopsticks each year. This step moves in the direction of promoting environmentally friendly measures, to cut down on the use of disposable chopsticks. The spokesperson of Triumph Hiromi Shinta stated that their product was a small step in the direction, for the disposable Japanese chopsticks consumes large amounts of wood. The people in the country tend to carry their own chopsticks in their bags, to avoid using the disposable ones.
The bra is not only nature friendly, but enhances a woman's beauty as well. The chopsticks that are enclosed on both sides are designed to push up the breasts and subtly accentuate cleavage.