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Published on Nov 25, 2010
The cliffs of Tojinbo on the coast of the Sea of Japan are famous for their rugged beauty. But this place also has a dark side -- many Japanese come here to end their lives by throwing themselves onto the jagged rocks and crashing waves. Japan's suicide rate is one of the highest in the world -- more than 30,000 people kill themselves every year. We ask why so many Japanese, young and old, see suicide as the only option?