In Japan, “rental families” provide wisdom and solace at an hourly rate

people in Japan are now paying for impostors. Ryuichi Ichinokawa runs something called a “rental family” company and business has never been better. For a fee, he and his staff will impersonate your parents, your boss, even your spouse, reports CBS News …
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