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In Japanese, the practice is known as It may, in fact, be more endemic to how people are expected to manage their work-life balance.
Unlike countries that offer more generous parental leave, Japan only offers 14 weeks of maternity leave at 60% pay.
Players are given about 30 seconds or less to accomplish a goal before it changes to the next mini game.
"Multibowl" is a "chaotic scramble" to understand what's going on, according to the museum.
A number of countries with dwindling populations desperately want their citizens to have more sex, but Japan is going the extra mile.
Around the country, local Japanese governments have set up speed-dating services where people can come to meet potential lifelong partners.
When they're done, they follow up with people they find most compatible.
If the conversation gets too awkward, a "marriage-promotion committee" will step in to smooth things alone.
Single people show up to go on quick dates one after another.
The programs come in response to the country's population woes.
Due primarily to younger generations losing interest in getting married and starting families, the population has actually shrunk by more than 1 million since 2010.
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