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Inemuri: Why sleeping on the job is not a bad thing in Japan

To sleep or not to sleep. That is the question.

Photo by Nicki Eliza Schinow on Unsplash

Can you imagine being able to safely doze off in a train or the steps of a mall? Can you imagine a world in which you sleep at work and are applauded for it?

For most countries, this may sound a bit far-fetched. But if you’ve been to Japan or are aware of…

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