Bidding Farewell Without Regret: Changing Trends in the Way We Mourn
More people in Japan are opting for simple funerals. At the same time, a survey suggests many feel they couldn't do enough to properly mourn a loved one. These days, some people are choosing entirely different ways to say goodbye. One man kept his mother's body at home for seven days to mourn her with his family. Others are choosing to hold funerals and other rituals all over again. We take a look at the increasingly diverse ways people are sending off their loved ones.

Guest: Ukai Hidenori (Monk/Journalist)