Kumamoto City released a new smartphone application to explain waste separation rules for non-Japanese speakers this month. The new service explains the seemingly complex rules of waste separation and collection in easy-to-understand Japanese, Chinese, and English. The nation’s first smartphone application of the kind is available from the city’s official website. Source: Kumamoto City 01/09/2020
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