It will not be exaggerated to say that Japan is the cradle of poison and alien in the world. Not only creative inventions, fashion trends ahead of the era but this country also has many odd and unique careers. Such as the following occupations:
Occupation of female magicians (Miko)
Magi career that only appeared in games or comics turned out to be a real job in Japan. Here, the female magicians are collectively called by the name "Miko". They are responsible for exorcism, sacrifices and blessings. There are basically many similarities with shaman in Vietnam. Legend has it that these miko have the ability to convey the will of the gods.
Currently, miko is still a very important profession in Japan, playing a major role in Shinto (Shinto) activities. When working, the miko will wear a white kimono with red hakama. As a rule in Japan, only unmarried girls can become miko.
Profession to push passengers to the ship
It sounds like a joke but this is a completely real job in Japan. The subway here is always in a state of hardship due to high travel demand, especially during peak hours. This profession in general does not need any experience, and has income and is trained for free muscle. Passengers just stand still so the station staff push them into the cabin, so that the train door can close.
Job apologizes to the household
This is a professional service provided by a Japanese company. If you pay trespasses to others and are shy about opening an apology, you can hire them to apologize. However, the price of this service is not cheap at all, from 2 to 6.7 million VND / time.
Occupation for the dead
In Japan, population aging is increasing. Many cases of elderly people living alone died long ago without anyone knowing it, resulting in the house becoming degraded, littered and unpleasant. This is the reason for the job of moving the house to the dead.
Compared to many other professions, this profession offers an ideal income, up to 72 million VND / time. But in the future, you have to work in a dusty environment and are at risk of catching infectious diseases.
Normally, cleaning staff will take about 6 hours to complete the task. After cleaning, they will place flowers and light incense for the deceased.
Profession of air balloon advertising surveillance
As the name suggests, you just stand and look at the advertising balloon. But it is to look with the eyes of an expert and not with the eyes of ordinary people. You will have to watch the direction of the balloon movement 24 hours to make sure they are not blown or exploded. Therefore, you need a lot of professional knowledge to not worry about being deducted from your salary.
Occupation at home
The house here is not a normal house, but a haunted house – where each person died. According to common psychology, almost no one wants to move into such houses, especially Japanese people who believe in the existence of demons.
But having real estate that can't be sold, can't rent it is … a little waste. To make customers more secure, many homeowners have figured out how to hire people to try. These people will prove the "unharmed" home, creating a premise for a better deal.
The job of picking up the corpse
Japan is one of the top countries in the world in terms of stress rates. Life is filled with tremendous pressure that many Japanese find suicide as a way to escape. Many people choose to jump on the train track to have a smooth death, without knowing it will interfere with the work at the station. Therefore, the task of picking up the corpse was born to clean up the scene, return the rails to serve passengers.
In Japan, "cheating" household service is "hot trend" in recent times. Customers often come to this service to be able to divorce their spouse appropriately. They just spend money to hire people to come to the enemy. In return, the service side is also very devoted to the job, ready to do everything to achieve the ultimate goal.