Holidays in Japan 休暇

  • Published on : 25/04/2017
  • by : J.L.
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Well deserved rest

Japan is a nation of strong and long work culture and the konbini remains open around the clock to support the masses to go about their hectic daily routines. Sundays are perceived as just another day preceding Mondays where hard workers and workaholics blend in shades of grey suits without faces in overcrowded train stations during rush hours... Need to getaway? 

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