Kasoku, a Japanese short-term rental firm is marketing its empty apartments for 4,400 yen ($40) a day as a way for stressed couples to get some time apart during the virus lockdown, similar to an Airbnb type arrangement.
The service also comes with the offer of a free 30-minute divorce consultation with a legal official.
The firm’s campaign comes as the hashtag “corona-divorce” has trended on Japanese Twitter.
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