Women in Japan are fed up with high heels to work. Japanese Yumi Ishikawa started a to end . The movement has the KuToo - a combination of the Japanese that mean "shoe" and "pain". Ms Ishikawa tweeted that in Japan should not require women to wear high heels. She started an petition. It asks Japan's to stop employers requiring women to wear heels.
Ishikawa's is spreading across China and South Korea. She told a : "If there are so people who feel the as me, why not start some of movement." Many women complain about feet, back pain and other . A visually woman who has to wear high heels at work said it is difficult for her to keep her in high heels. Over 70 per cent of women who work in Tokyo wear high heels a week.