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Japan: The early salaryman catches the worm

Blogger Yoshihara (吉原) at Engineer Live no Henshûchô (エンジニアLiveの編集長) comments about a new trend which is spreading among Japanese salarymen. As a response to the Japanese practice of working overtime from morning to night without rest, many white collar workers seem to have decided to dedicate the first hours of the morning to themselves: some of them study, others read a book in a cafe or enjoy the “breakfast” menus which many restaurants prepare especially for them.

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