"Ring", "Spiral", "Dark Water" short stories that given by maestro horror world, Suzuki Koji, titled in "Eyes" (Novel by Kadokawa Publishing). The story is lurking in between daily and non-daily ultimate fear. "It was drawn in a scary story that was really full-scale drama of the real horror.
This 6 different short story collection was worked by some of "gorgeous cast" who delivered the story in a great way.
Chinami works at a fabric shop, dreaming of one day working in the fashion industry. By accident, she lands a job at the editor's department for a fashion magazine... a glitter world that she has never seen before. Chinami believes her new job will open doors to new opportunities, but instead, she has entered into a world of daily catfights between the women working there. One where there is a clear distinction between those who have to work all sorts of odd jobs within the department, and those that have made it to the top, where they have the freedom to determine how the advertisements are placed in the magazine. From the super-bitchy chief editor, Osawa Rumi, to her peers Erena and Miina, and the permanent staff editor Kawashima Remie and the contract staff Kimura Shirayuki, it is a daily battle for Chinami to do her job efficiently.
Shomuni 2 is a sequel from Shomuni, a popular comedic drama serial. It continues where it left off when the female employees from GA-2, deemed "the graveyard of all female employees" for its inane daily job routines of changing light bulbs, used toilet rolls and organising flower appreciation nights, saved the company in the final episode of Shomuni.
However, Manpan Corporation has changed. The multi-national company is now run in a totalitarian fashion. Closed circuit cameras are placed in every nook and cranny of the company to monitor the daily routines of employees. Even the basins in the toilets are not spared (though, obviously, the cubicles are) from scrutiny. This is a result of the Personnel Department, led by the evil Terasaki and Nonomura, who are (again) seeking to find a reason to save up on company budget.