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Japanese find sleep, shelter in cyber cafes

By Sophie Hardach Mon May 7, 6:23 AM ET

TOKYO (Reuters) - Takeshi Yamashita does not look like a homeless person.

From his carefully distressed jeans to his casual-cool navy striped T-shirt, he is every bit the trendy Tokyoite.

Yet the 26-year-old has been sleeping in a reclining seat in an Internet cafe every night for the past month since he lost his steady office job and his apartment.

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Comments

Kavi said…
That was wierd. Didnt quite know that such a breed existed in Japan ! Whew !
Jeevan said…
Comfort cyber cafe!

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