Japan opens first drive-through funeral service

The Aishoden funeral parlor in the central Japanese city of Ueda will begin offering the novel service to time-pressed and less mobile mourners from Sunday, the Kyodo news agency reported. Grieving relatives can pull up beside the facility’s drive-through …
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