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A4 Emergency Kit

By King Jim 

The A4 Emergency Kit (¥6,825Prices are approximate only and subject to change.
White Rabbit Express service fee and other costs not included.
) is an earthquake emergency kit disguised as an A4 file. The purpose is to have a survival kit which will let you survive for a day or so as you make your way home from the office in the event of a disaster. Since it’s Japan there is an almost 100% chance that said disaster will be earthquake-related and the contents of the kit reflect that. Of course, there are other disasters this might be useful for and to err on the side of caution we’re just going casually put the word zombies into this sentence.

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In large disasters public transport can cease for days, along with a lack of essential items in supermarkets and convenience stores. The A4 Emergency Kit provides almost everything you need including a message on the outside reading “DO NOT PANIC. CALM DOWN.” Inside are water bottles, a blanket, food, portable toilets, glow-sticks and a knapsack for your walk home. You will stay fed, clean, protected from the cold, from heat, and have a light to guide you. And because it lasts up to four years, you can leave it on your shelf and know you’re prepared for the worst (i.e. earthquakes, zombies, etc.).

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Specifications
Size: H31√óW8.5xD24cm
Weight: About 1780g
Shelf-life: 4 years
Contents: Knapsack, 2x500ml water bottles, Safety Light, Virus inert mask, Emergency toilet (paper bag), Anti-slip gloves, Emergency blanket, Plain cookies (2 pieces), Coin tissue (4 pieces), Pocket tissue, A4 file size package.

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Contributed by Cameron

Cameron is a writer and journalist in Tokyo. He studied psychology and sociology before moving to Japan to explore its publishing, design and art. While living in Japan he has spent his time travelling to rural towns to document traditional Japanese crafts and covering the work of contemporary artists and designers in Tokyo. He is White Rabbit's expert on traditional objects, handcrafted goods and contemporary art.

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