Japanese woman dies from overwork

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Japan has again been compelled to go up against its work culture after work monitors decided that the demise of a 31-year-old writer at the nation’s open telecaster, NHK, had been caused by exhaust.

Miwa Sado, who worked at the telecaster’s central command in Tokyo, logged 159 hours of additional time and took just two days off in the month paving the way to her passing from heart disappointment in July 2013.

A work guidelines office in Tokyo later credited her demise to karoshi (passing from exhaust) yet her case was just made open by her previous boss this week.