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We lucky few: Japan's millennials reshape their country's drab workplaces

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TOKYO -- Workplaces across Asia are about to change forever.  

     For decades, Japan's office workers have endured overcrowded trains, submission to senior colleagues and pay unrelated to performance. Offices around the country tend to share a drab formula: white walls, gray carpeting and no-frills desks.

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