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Indeed, Japan’s parenting attitudes, as reflected in the World Values Survey, are closer to those in culturally remote Germany and the Netherlands than to China’s.
This has got to be a huge difference from thirty years ago. Japan's demographic problems have meant that every kid has a future now.