GOO.N - a brand of disposable diapers manufactured by a Japanese corporation Daio Paper Corporation. In the Japanese market, these diapers are rated as one of the softest and most gentle on the skin of babies, the export version has the worst characteristics, but is still positioned as a premium product. In addition to diapers, this brand produces a whole line of hygiene products for children.
“GOO.N” (Gu N) means “grow” in Japanese. Indeed, diapers grow and change with babies. In addition to the fact that there are different diapers for girls and boys, the number and variety of sizes is amazing. Just under the brand GOO.N For the first time in Japan, diapers for children of “non-baby” sizes began to be produced. In 2004, “Bigger than Big” diapers were introduced, designed for children around the age of seven, which caused a wave of outrage and accusations of child abuse.