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Does Japan pay you to have a baby?

In Japan there is a system that pays mothers-to-be 420,000 yen (*) per baby under the Lump-Sum Allowance for Childbirth. The Lump-Sum Allowance for Childbirth can be collected regardless of nationality if you’re enrolled in health insurance.

Does Japan pay you to have kids?

Families are paid up to $2,448.98 for giving birth to a child since the enactment of the act. In addition, some Japanese employers offer bonuses to their employees for having babies.

Why Japanese couples sleep separately?

In Japan, it’s customary for new mothers and their babies to sleep in the same bed. Naturally, as the child grows older, he or she begins to sleep apart from the mother, and this natural progression creates an acceptance of sleeping alone which carries over into old age, the professor asserts.

The Japanese Wife – Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Japanese_Wife

The Japanese Wife (2010) – IMDb

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1620620/

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