The reporter visited many supermarkets in Tokyo on the same day and found that all the household paper, including toilet paper, tissue and wipes, had been sold out. The merchants also posted a notice saying Im sorry, one can only buy one. Some convenience stores also sold some bulk tissue and toilet paper. The reporter interviewed a number of people who came to buy paper. According to them, when they saw relevant news yesterday, they rushed to buy paper and found that they could not buy it. I feel pressure to see people around me buying.
Long Lihua, an overseas Chinese living in Tokyo for a long time, told reporters that from the usual experience, due to the blocked logistics in Japan during the earthquake, there was a situation of people snapping up paper for daily use. However, unlike the earthquake, the epidemic should not affect the paper industry, so there is no need to be too nervous.