65 year old Setsuko Nanbu holds her late husband's jacket and briefcase in Ibaraki. Her husband committed suicide in 2004. He jumped onto a train track, leaving a suicide note in his pocket that said, "I'm sorry. I can't work anymore. I don't know why. I'm really sorry to cause so much trouble for the company." He repeated the apology more than 20 times. Setsuko says, "Many people apologise in a suicide note. I think it's because they know it's wrong to commit suicide. But they are in such a pain that they feel like death is the only way to escape from the pain and to be relieved."