Urban Legends in Japan
1. 'Death' or 'Dead Tuna' part time jobs entail cleaning up bodily fluids and corpses after suicide incidences, washing dead bodies in morgues, or completing any hourly-paid tasks to do with the aftermath of death.
2. There is a cursed music production company called 'Sun Music' in which several directors and singers have commit suicide or met their end in horrific, unexplained accidents.
3. In Tokai, when several natural disasters happen at once, keep a close watch on animal behaviour. It is said if animals are acting unnaturally or are trying to flee, the big Tokai Earthquake is about to hit.
4. Despite Okinawa's public train system only servicing a few areas, the yearly price of upkeep is extremely high. This has created the belief that there is a secret weapon or ship which the funds are being diverted to.
5. All of the current Japanese paranormal / psychic television shows must be fake by unwritten law. Before the law was established, a real psychic show was broadcast, causing viewers to become crazy and violent.
6. There is a village in Japan which is removed from society. Not only are modern gadgets and electricity unheard of in the village, there are also rumors of inbreeding, cannibalism, and human sacrifice rituals. Anyone who has ventured too close to the village has never been seen again.
7. People can phone a boy named 'Satoru-kun' for predictions about the future. After hanging up, the caller will be pursued by Satoru-kun for twenty-four hours. If, at any stage, he calls your name or asks you to look at him and the caller sees his face, Satoru-kun will drag the caller to Hell.