The Covid-19 pandemic that hit Japan some time ago.
The lockdown made a mother clean her daughter’s empty room for the first time for nearly 19 years.
Not because she was lazy, the mother was unable to enter the room of her late daughter.
Yuki Tsukamoto, the mother’s name is a resident who lives in Takarazuka, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan.
She has been traumatized to enter and clean a room in her house.
However, in order to ensure that the entire room is free of viruses, Yuki forced himself to venture into her daughter’s room.
For years, this 53-year-old woman has only stood every time she was in front of the room on the second floor.
Memories of Kana made Tsukamoto sink into sadness when he began to decide to clean the room.
On June 8, 2001, there was a case where a man entered elementary school with a knife.
The man cut and stabbed anyone in front of him.
Seven second-grade girls and one first-grade boy were killed.
In addition, 15 students and teachers were injured.
Kana, who was 7 years old at the time, became one of the victims and died.
The perpetrator was finally sentenced to death in 2004.