The five-day work week is a staple in modern culture. It's what pretty much all white-collar workers can expect to abide by — and really, nearly any job that isn't explicitly shift work for that matter.
But what about the four-daw work week? It's something we've heard whispers of, but very few employers offer. So to see the Japanese government officially back this kind of work model — as DW reports — is really something.
Content warning: this article briefly mentions suicide.