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I don’t need to clean the room and can concentrate on my work. I feel safe here, too, from a security perspective.

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Mariko Ishii, a hospital executive who booked an extended-stay service at Keio Presso Inn Nihonbashi Kayabacho, in Tokyo. Hoteliers have been turning to unconventional business models such as long-term stays and offering other perks to cope with the impact of the coronavirus on their business.

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At first glance, thought this was another パラサイトシングル, parasaito shinguru, “parasite single”, sponging off mom & dad for a few more years.

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So she doesn't want to commute, is that the point?

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So she doesn't want to commute, is that the point?

By the location this could be the point but it is not clear, it may also be that security is higher at the hotel than in her usual place of residence, but since she affords to pay rent and a hotel this would seem unlikely.

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Has the 14 day ‘quarantine business’ helped, or hurt their businesses? 

“Hoteliers have been turning to unconventional business models...”

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There were only two sentences in the ARTICLE...kind of hard to give an opinion.

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Nice when you can afford it. Some super rich live in hotels 24/7. I prefer my own environment and art studio.

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There were only two sentences in the ARTICLE...kind of hard to give an opinion.

It is not an article but a quote. The article is here :

https://the-japan-news.com/news/article/0007265265

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