Why the sign language boom in Japan?

I don’t know how many people are actually studying sign language, but there is a lot more of it on TV and on the Yamanote line screens than there used to be.

I think it is partly to fill the gap left by the collapse of English conversation as a hobby, which proves more than ever that for most people in Japan English never had anything to do with international communication.

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