Japanese Women Are Paying To Cry With Handsome Men
A “crying service” is becoming extremely popular with women in Japan, a country that famously values suppression of emotion.
With more people struggling with daily stress, tormented by feelings of repressed anger and sadness whose expression is a taboo in Japanese society, they seek alternative ways of stress release.
Japanese Man Throws ‘End Of Life’ Party
A Japanese businessman threw a “Bilbo Baggins” farewell party to say “thank you” and “goodbye”, after he was diagnosed with terminal cancer.
Satoru Anzaki invited 1,000 guests including friends, former schoolmates, business partners and employees,
For the event, the 80-year-old rented a Tokyo hotel, which he decorated with memories of his life. However, he didn’t want this to be a sad event, so he hired a group of dancers from his native Tokushima to keep the spirits high.
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