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For drinkers in a hurry, 30-minute bottomless glasses do the job

Japanese workers look for cheaper and quicker ways to imbibe

Customers at Marugameseimen can enjoy udon noodles or a chicken and egg dish, along with 30 minutes of all-you-can drink beer and spirits, starting at 1,000 yen.

TOKYO -- Corporate Japan is infamous for late-night benders in which supervisors ply their subordinates with drink after drink until it is time to catch the last train home. But these days more restaurants are offering options for workers who want to get home at a reasonable hour.

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