Aging Japan: Unclaimed burial urns pile up in Japan amid fraying social ties

YOKOSUKA, Japan (Reuters) – Unclaimed urns containing ashes of the dead are piling up by the thousands across Japan, creating storage headaches and reflecting fraying family ties and economic pressure…
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