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Dream job: the Japanese man who gets paid to do nothing

Dream job: the Japanese man who gets paid to do nothing

TOM BATEMAN and RIKAKO MARUYAMA SHOJI Morimoto has what some would see as a dream job: he gets paid to do pretty much nothing. The 38-year-old Tokyo resident charges 10,000 yen ($71) per booking to accompany clients and simply exist as a companion. "Basically, I rent myself out. My job is to be wherever my clients want me to be and to do nothing in particular," Morimoto told Reuters, adding that he had handled some 4,000 sessions in the past four years. With a lanky build and average looks, Morimoto now boasts nearly a quarter of a million followers on…
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