A IKEa platform chair, the first of its kind in Japan, was among the items found in the home of a Japanese woman found dead in the southern Japanese town of Inamori last week.
The body of the woman, identified as 33-year-old Shoko Takagi, was found last Wednesday in the basement of a two-story home.
Police say they are still investigating her death, which remains under investigation, but they say they have found evidence that the woman may have been murdered.
Police suspect she may have suffered from depression and may have died of natural causes.
The IKEas platform chair was found in Takagi’s apartment, which is located near a shopping mall.
According to local police, police were called to the building on Sunday to investigate a disturbance, and found Takagi dead from a gunshot wound.
She was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police said they were investigating whether Takagi was the victim of a homicide.