Shoji Morimoto. ‘My job is to be wherever my clients want me to be and to do nothing in particular’. Photo: Reuters
Shoji Morimoto. ‘My job is to be wherever my clients want me to be and to do nothing in particular’. Photo: Reuters
Japan

Japan man charges clients US$71 per hour ‘to do nothing’: ‘basically, I rent myself out’

  • Shoji Morimoto has accompanied his clients to parks to play on see-saws, escorted them to cafes for lunches and waved them off from railway stations
  • Often, he gets paid to simply exist as their companion. But doing nothing doesn’t mean he’ll do anything – and certainly nothing sexual

Shoji Morimoto. ‘My job is to be wherever my clients want me to be and to do nothing in particular’. Photo: Reuters
Shoji Morimoto. ‘My job is to be wherever my clients want me to be and to do nothing in particular’. Photo: Reuters
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