In Japan, a person does nothing but is still rich. What kind of magic trick does this person have that he is making money without working? This fact is not without interest.
According to the details, Shoji Morimoto was unemployed for a long time and now he has become a famous person in Japan.
He has more than 1.5 million followers on Twitter, while TV and magazines often interview him. They do nothing but meet people and talk to them.
They rent themselves out to strangers. Sit, eat and drink with them.
Like a good student, Shoji worked hard and earned a master’s degree in physics. He later became a book editor at a publishing house, but in 2017 he did not get the job.
He then read the writings of the German thinker Friedrich Nietzsche, which changed his life.
In 2018, he advertised that if anyone could give him only rent and (if) food, he would sit down with cherry blossoms to listen and meet, but then there was a flurry of people on social media and strangers.
People started calling them. He has been nicknamed “Mr. Rental” in Japan and is now so busy that he often leaves home at 8 in the morning and returns by 10 at night.
For a while, they did not charge people and provided their services for free, but if someone offered them an open drink, they would accept it, but they would charge a fare.
Later, at the insistence of the people, he started taking some compensation and now he is earning a good amount of money.
They visit a man in a five-star hotel every month and listen to him talk for three hours about his hobbies.
One time he became a close relative of the bride at the wedding and another time he went to court with her in a man’s case to keep the accused in check.
But it also tells the story of loneliness in Japan. In the fast-paced life of Japan, people don’t give each other time.
This year alone, more than 3,000 women living alone in the Corona epidemic have committed suicide. A large number of elderly people in Japan are also longing to talk to people.