If the new swine flu vaccine doesn't give you the right dose of inner peace, there's another layer of protection at your disposal. The suit comes from Japan, and is aimed at the busy business man. It's the brain child of Japanese menswear company Haruyama Trading. They say the suit is coated with titanium dioxide- a chemical commonly used in toothpaste and cosmetics-that breaks down when reacting with light and supposedly kills the virus upon contact. Shinto Hirata, vice director of merchandising at Haruyama, says the suit is proven to kill 40 percent of the latest flu virus in about three hours. Despite the new layer of protection, the suit seems fairly similar to others worn by Japanese white-collar workers. It comes in four colours and styles and costs around 590 dollars. The company says it will even retain its protective capability after being washed multiple times. Japan, like many other places in Asia, has been gripped by swine flu since its outbreak a year ago. According to the World Health Organization, more than 340,000 people have been infected with H1N1 worldwide and the disease is responsible for 4,100 deaths.