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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

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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