The business of death, a cultural taboo, now has a bright future in Japan

Tear is just one of 8,550 Japanese companies selling funerals and wakes. Yet by expanding to 98 locations, it has become the biggest in the city of Nagoya and the second-largest in Japan (just behind …
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