Japanese nurseries’ take-home dirty nappy rule perplexes parents

Survey reveals common practice is seen as ‘strange’ by parents handed child’s soiled nappies to take home Waiting lists for Japanese nurseries are finally falling, but many parents have found that securing one of the coveted places comes at a price – taking home their child’s soiled nappies.A survey has shone a light on the common but rarely discussed practice, with about 40% of towns and cities in Japan saying they demand the guardians of their infant clientele take their used nappies with them. Continue reading...

Japanese nurseries’ take-home dirty nappy rule perplexes parents

Survey reveals common practice is seen as ‘strange’ by parents handed child’s soiled nappies to take home

Waiting lists for Japanese nurseries are finally falling, but many parents have found that securing one of the coveted places comes at a price – taking home their child’s soiled nappies.

A survey has shone a light on the common but rarely discussed practice, with about 40% of towns and cities in Japan saying they demand the guardians of their infant clientele take their used nappies with them.

Continue reading...