Japan offers corpse hotels

Japan does not require a license to open a funeral business, and there are few regulations for how they operate. “So in this situation, it is possible that bad-intentioned businesses can enter the industry,” Matsumoto said. But Kurisu at the Hotel …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Japan's retail investors pour into rand tradi...
views 110
According to the Tokyo Financial Exchange (TFX), a...
Sagawa Express’ parent to go public in possi...
views 71
TOKYO (Kyodo) -- The Tokyo Stock Exchange gave app...
Japan Inc signals boost to domestic capex but less...
views 109
TOKYO (Reuters) - One third of Japanese firms are ...
Is the response to scams criminally slow?
views 68
Forgery of an official seal on a document earned t...
Japan's Nikkei Underperforms Amid Mounting Po...
views 138
Japan's main stock index underperformed Thursday a...
Japanese firms still slow in reducing overtime: su...
views 136
although 31 said the government’s labor reform cou...
Japan’s first outdoor Legoland park opens in Nagoy...
views 130
NAGOYA – Japan’s first outdoor Legoland park opene...
Sapporo website offers ‘slipperiness forecasts’ in...
views 85
Sapporo – While most winter weather reports ...
Here's Where the Saudi Aramco IPO Will Be Lis...
views 160
The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday (Feb. ...
Japan Inc. overcomes falling revenue to log record...
views 114
Itochu, for example, showed a 47% jump in net prof...