The Japan News Following cool weather in May, Japan is now approaching its annual rainy season. This means humidity will rise and mold will begin appearing in bathrooms and kitchens. We must, of course, be careful about mold growing on food, but it is also important to know that mold can enter our bodies without our being aware of it, potentially causing diseases. Invisible to the eye, mold floats around in the air in quantities as high as around 1,000 spores per cubic meter.
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