• Chunichi Shimbun

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Most people know what it is like to have a good old cry and to get the feeling of having a huge weight removed from their shoulders.

A new social phenomenon, dubbed “rui-katsu” (tear-seeking), is spreading across Japan as adults gather together to watch tear-jerking movies and cry in public as a way of releasing stress.

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