Inemuri: in Japan napping at work is considered a sign of how hard core committed you are

In Japan inemuri – or “sleeping while present” – is considered the preserve of employees exhausted by their commitment to hard work, rather than a sign of indolence. Exponents of inemuri, however, generally have to remain upright to avoid appearing slovenly. [link]

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