Japan’s ‘demographic time bomb’ has led to the rise of drive-thru funerals

“I’ve been in this business for a while and have seen how burdensome attending funerals can be for old folks in wheelchairs,” Ogiwara told the Japan Times. “The new service will allow those who would otherwise stay home go out and bid farewell to friends …
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