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Japanese youths make 'mago-turn' to live near grandparents

But some people are hesitant to give up city life, despite ambitions to live in rural areas
Tuesday, May 30, 2017 - 05:50

Tokyo

AN increasing number of young people from cities are migrating to provincial areas to live in the same town as their grandparents.

The "mago-turn" trend - mago means grandchild in Japanese - is similar to the "U-turn" trend when people return from cities to live in their home

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