Japan is GIVING AWAY abandoned homes and selling others dirt-cheap because superstitious buyers don’t want an ‘unlucky’ house

making it a popular option for Japanese buyers and foreigners alike. Many find their rural locations and spacious layouts desirable, but there are a number of risks to consider when taking on an ‘Akiy…
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