Made in Japan trinkets comes from...

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Made in Japan trinkets comes from...

Post by Benji Sun » Sun Sep 18, 2016 2:06 am

http://matome.naver.jp/odai/2138621400478967901

link includes some popular part time jobs with housewives to earn some extra money at home. there seems to be many jobs like this where products are shipped to their doorsteps to assemble. so what you buy at Daiso, Donki, or some trinket store that is labelled Made in Japan might not come from a factory but from these stay home part time jobs. i think that idea is pretty cool, companies in Japan outsource their assembly line to people who might not have to to travel to work and can do work at their own pace.

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