• Nishinippon Shimbun


For children with developmental disabilities, getting a haircut is a big challenge, as they develop slower than other children the same age, with some having difficulty sitting still or being overly sensitive to things like noise.

Mika Kuriyama, 44, a social worker in Fukuoka, runs a website in Japanese that offers information on hair salons and barbers where such children can get a haircut without feeling uncomfortable.

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