Aging Japan: Neighboring suburbs face divergent futures as one grays, one grows

SAKURA/INZAI, Japan (Reuters) – Katsuya Kodama’s wife died two years ago, and the 77-year-old keeps her ashes on a Buddhist altar in their suburban Tokyo home. “I talk to her morning and night, tell h…
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