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Over 50 percent of people in Japan have considered living with or close to their parents — nearly double the share of parents who have had similar thoughts regarding their children — a private-sector survey has revealed.

According to the survey, which was focused on matters related to inheritance of parents’ homes and was conducted by Asahi Kasei Homes Corp., 51.1 percent of children had examined the possibility of living with their parents or in houses adjacent to their parents.

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