It’s almost impossible to lose things in Japan

If you lose a wallet or a phone in Japan, you will most likely be reunited with it. The country has one of the most effective Lost and Found processes in the world. The system relies on the honesty of the finders  and a national culture of reporting, cataloguing, and storing lost property. A BBC video by Terushi Sho.

More:

“Japan’s Lost-and-Found System Is Insanely Good,” Allan Richarz, Bloomberg CityLab

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