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  • Writer's pictureBy The Financial District

40% Of Japanese Want Work Drinking Parties To End By 9 p.m.


As the year-end party season approaches in workplaces across Japan, an awareness survey conducted by Citizen Watch Co. revealed that approximately 40% of respondents prefer work-related drinking parties to conclude by 9 p.m. without proceeding to after-parties.


In a 2019 survey, the most popular answer to a similar question about when respondents start worrying about going home from a drinking party was "before 8 p.m." at 26.3%.



The online survey, conducted from October 4 to 6, gathered responses from 400 working individuals in age groups ranging from their 20s to 50s.


When asked at what time they feel they should leave a workplace drinking party, the most common answer was "9 p.m." at 23.8%, followed by "8 p.m." and "10 p.m." at 17% and 13.3%, respectively. In total, around 40% expressed a desire to leave before an after-party.


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In a 2019 survey, the most popular answer to a similar question about when respondents start worrying about going home from a drinking party was "before 8 p.m." at 26.3%.


Although a direct comparison is challenging due to differences in the questions, it appears that people are more inclined to extend their partying this year, marking the first year-end party season after the coronavirus was downgraded to a Class 5 disease.




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