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Surfing in Japan: Why busy executives are hitting the waves

By: Will HILDERBRANDT | Joanna COCKERELL | Sonia BARITELLO | Stéphane BERNSTEIN
1 min

Japan is not yet known as a surfing paradise, but that could soon change. The sport is booming in the country and executives are on board. Indeed, more and more people are using it as a way to blow off steam at the end of a long working week. We look at how the sport is thriving in Japan's workaholic culture.

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