Sunday, April 03, 2005
ANOTHER THING THAT NEVER HAPPENS IN JAPAN
One silently recurring advantage or disadvantage we US expats have twice a year in Japan occurs each year right about now, when daylight savings time doesn’t happen, and then in Fall when it doesn't happen again in reverse, allegedly screwing up our biological clocks or allegedly saving energy. Or giving workers more daylight to enjoy their after-work evenings, which anyway wouldn't happen in Japan, where salarimen don't really have evenings after work, since they're working overtime, on their biological clocks too.
You Can't Save Daylight
Posted by Robert Brady on Sunday, April 03, 2005