New Generation Diseases of the Fast World: Hikikomori

Actually, we are all familiar with Japan’s imported technology disease

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Japan is now one of the most important technological countries in the world. Young people and adults in Japan, which we can call the hub of technological developments, get their fair share of these developments. Some people are more impacted by their social…

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Research notes from a Japanese culture enthusiast

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Freelance writer, Part-time explorer Lifetime learner. I write to inspire. Korean and Japanese Culture enthusiast. Newsletter + more https://linktr.ee/Bensucang

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