Japanese women are entering the male-dominated world of hunting — at the government’s request

In Japan, it was once considered taboo for a woman to speak with a man before he went on a hunt. But a rising number of female hunters are taking up arms, at their government’s behest. Over the last decade, Japanese farmers have lost up to $170 million …
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