It's a scene that is being replicated across Japan, a country where traditional gender roles dominate and the idea of men taking an active role in childcare is just starting to catch on. Now, attitudes are starting to shift. In Numazu, a seaside town on the east coast of Japan, men are learning these expert reading skills as part of a free program promoted by the government that is designed to turn them into "super dads. But for now, Japanese dads will have to get creative with work-life balance. Experts say Japan should also consider a cap on working hours, like the hour per week limit in the European Union. Paternity leave is also classified as a period of unemployment, which can lead to snags when trying to buy a home or take out a loan in the future.
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