Jake Adelstein

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Schoolchildren read signs posted in the dense woods of the Aokigahara forest at the base of Mount Fuji in Japan in 1998. (Atsushi Tsukada/Associated Press)

New Year’s Eve is an important day in Japan. It ends with the ringing of a temple bell around midnight. The bell is rung 108 times to banish the sins, mistakes and sufferings of the previous year. However, for one YouTuber, Dec. 31 may haunt him long past the new year. That was the day Logan Paul posted a video of himself walking through Aoikigahara in Yamanashi Prefecture, also known as “the suicide forest.” The clip shows him appearing to discover a dead body. He is later seen laughing in the video, which raised the ire of many both in and outside Japan.…  Seguir leyendo »