Japan’s first nationwide survey of middle-aged hikikomori in the pipeline

The government has allocated ¥20 million from the fiscal 2018 budget to finance research for Japan’s first nationwide survey on middle-aged hikikomori — people who have shut themselves in their homes. The survey, to take place in fiscal 2018 starting …
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