Strong work culture isn't solely a Japanese thing it's just they stand out the most in particular because of it.
I have a job and I'm passionate about my job, I work hard and put extra effort but I work for a mega corporation that likely doesn't know I exist. I don't owe them anything and they don't owe me anything.
In Japan things a lil different. Workers over there are extremely dedicated and this results in brilliant customer service, wanna know what else it results in?
Increased stress, anxiety, depression. Their work mentality is great for these companies but terrible for the people.
You'll have people putting in 110% effort working themselves near to death on 12 hour shifts all because it's a social norm to work hard. It's perfectly fine to like your job or trade and be passionate about it but the reality is no job on this planet is more important than your quality of life and you as an individual.
The Japanese should aim to destroy this social norm before it destroys them. Rather than encouraging better work mentality they should be encouraging people to establish large families. They should provide more incentive towards countryside work so not everyone is flocking to the cities.
This may be something that may never get fixed but I see so many people praising their work mentality. We shouldn't. Their work mentality is by far one of the worst things about Japanese culture.
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