Japan, despite being the world’s third largest economy, has a rising problem of poverty. Poverty figures are very hard to find in Japan because of its reputation as a developed country, it is generally assumed that the levels of poverty are relatively low. However several media reports contrastExamples of first world countries include the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Western European countries. The ways that first-world nations are defined can vary by perspective.

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