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Japan is increasingly renting cars for everything except driving



Tokyo-based media outlet The Asahi Shimbun’s Takeho Morita published a quintessentially Japanese story last week: many people who rent cars through vehicle-sharing services across the country don’t drive them at all. Instead, they use them to take naps, making business calls, catching up privately with friends, eating lunch, – and according to a 2018 survey by NTT Docomo, to ‘do facial stretches said to reduce the size of their face.’ That’s from companies including Orix Auto, Times24, and NTT Docomo, which rent out large numbers of vehicles across cities in Japan. While they’d rather that their customers use their cars…

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