The Business of Death Has a Bright Future in Japan

Norihisa Tomiyasu opened his first mortuary in 1997 aiming to clean up a profession he says deserved its bad reputation for exploiting people’s grief and overcharging them at some of the most fraught moments of their lives. “The industry was so …
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