Tokyo’s internet cafe ‘refugees’ number 4,000, survey says

A Tokyo Metropolitan Government survey released last week shows that there are an estimated 4,000 “internet cafe refugees” who choose to spend their nights at such facilities because they don’t have a stable residence. The survey, conducted from …
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