Hana Kimura Has Apparently Left a Suicide Note in Her House; Allegedly Passed Away Due to Toxic Gas

Bullying is terrible.

It may seem like a harmless act, but you never know how affected parties may act. They might even take drastic action.

If you’ve been following the news, you may have heard a thing or two about Hana Kimura.

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The Japanese professional wrestler had been the target of cyberbullies, especially after her appearance on Japanese reality show Terrace House.

Many comments mocked her looks on the show as well.

However, she was found dead in her home on 23 May. Based on several tweets, it was highly speculated that it was suicide.

Recently, there have been more details regarding her death and its causes.

Toxic Gas

Kimura was reportedly found to be in cardiac or respiratory arrest on a bed in her condominium at around 3.30 am Saturday.

She was transported to a hospital and was confirmed dead there.

Ambulance staff had arrived at her house only to find a locked door with a written note that said “Toxic gas is forming” on the door.

Police found a chemical agent by her bed and speculated that she may have mixed other agents to make a toxic gas.

Another source has confirmed that the agent used in suicide was hydrogen sulfide.

The last thing police found was a suicide note addressed to her mother, reading, “I’m sorry. Thank you for giving birth to me.”

Wrestlers And Others Respond

It is no surprise that many have been shocked by this tragedy.

Canadian Professional Wrestler, Kevin Owens, described Kimura as an “extremely talented performer and by all accounts, a great person and a kind soul.”

Ronda Rousey, UFC Hall of Famer, had previously shared this on her Instagram on Kimura’s passing.

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To Hana Kimura and her family, I am so incredibly sorry for your loss. .. There are no words that could possibly heal this wound… Rest In Peace Hana Kimura… If anyone reading this is suffering, know there are resources available to help. If you need someone to talk to on the phone call this number 1-800-273-8255 if you would prefer texting, Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor. Cyber Bullying is a very real and growing threat to us all as a society. Succumbing isn’t weakness, it’s human. We have evolved to feel as if our lives depend on social acceptance because the majority of human history our survival has depended on our social groups and standing within them. I know the trolls that spend their days harassing others online are battling their own mental demons, but please find a way to release your venom in a way that won’t poison others. Even a straw’s weight can be the one to break a camel’s back. Just the tiniest push could be what sends someone over the edge. Be the kindness you wish you received instead of malice and neglect you’re trying to pay back. Don’t pass it on, protect the world from what you’ve had to endure instead of spreading it🙏🏼❤️

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If you can’t read it, the post writes: “To Hana Kimura and her family, I am so incredibly sorry for your loss. There are no words that could possibly heal this wound. Rest In Peace Hana Kimura.”

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Rousey proceeds to mention how cyberbullying can negatively impact someone’s life and numbers to reach if a helping hand was needed.

She also has many experiences with many negative press remarks and toxic comments.

Kimura’s teammate and friend, Jungle Kyona, has also made a twitter post. In it, contains a video of them under cherry blossoms.


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“I will never forget the cherry blossoms we saw on our way home this year. Next year, they’ll bloom more beautifully because you are with them.”

Cyberbullying should not be treated lightly.

If you are or know anyone suffering from this, there are many outlets you can reach out to for help.

The following link contains various hotlines in Singapore you can call should you face cyberbullying and what you can do to help.


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You can read more about her and the show, Terrace House, here.

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