A Japanese couple strolls through Kyoto. Husbands and wives surveyed in the country said the most common issue they kept secret from each other had to do with money. Photo: EPA A Japanese couple strolls through Kyoto. Husbands and wives surveyed in the country said the most common issue they kept secret from each other had to do with money. Photo: EPA
A Japanese couple strolls through Kyoto. Husbands and wives surveyed in the country said the most common issue they kept secret from each other had to do with money. Photo: EPA

‘Several million yen’ and Botox: married Japanese confess to hiding at least one major secret from their spouse

  • A new survey by Tokyo-based Matsui Securities Co. shows that 32 per cent of husbands and wives across the country keep some issues on the down low
  • Money came top of all secrets, with women more vague than men as to the sources of their earnings and how much money they keep stashed away

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A Japanese couple strolls through Kyoto. Husbands and wives surveyed in the country said the most common issue they kept secret from each other had to do with money. Photo: EPA A Japanese couple strolls through Kyoto. Husbands and wives surveyed in the country said the most common issue they kept secret from each other had to do with money. Photo: EPA
A Japanese couple strolls through Kyoto. Husbands and wives surveyed in the country said the most common issue they kept secret from each other had to do with money. Photo: EPA
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