Dying in Japan: Foreign Residents Struggle to Find Graves
Around 2.9 million foreigners now live in Japan. Many came to the country for work during the bubble economy of the late 1980s. Now, they and their families are facing a serious issue: they can't find a final resting place. Cultural differences are one of the main reasons, as 99.9 percent of the Japanese are cremated. We take a look at efforts to create a society where everyone can be assured of a proper burial.

Sahel Rosa (Actor)
Ishii Kota (Writer)