After decades of inflation, Japanese grow veggies, avoid booze to trim the fat on household bills

Taken aback at the recent rate of increase in the price of fuel, food and a range of other everyday household items in Japan, Kantaro Suzuki has decided to defeat inflation by walking.The freelance writer from Tokyo says he has put on weight from not going out due to government exhortations to stay home earlier this year during the Covid-19 pandemic, and is worried about the costs if he also needs to buy bigger clothes.“I can’t afford an entirely new wardrobe, especially if those prices start…

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