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The outlook for most businesses in Japan is getting grimmer by the day as the highest inflation in a decade and climbing fuel prices pressure households to brace for recession.

But Katsuyoshi Ukon, a 67-year-old pioneer of handyman services in Tokyo, is oblivious to the nation’s economic woes.

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