Japanese Grandpa Only Used Vouchers for 36 Years & Did Not Spent Money to Buy His Needs
A Japanese grandpa hasn’t spent even a single centavo and just only used vouchers for 36 years.
Nowadays, most people in different countries all around the world are using money to purchase foods, clothing, house, grocery products, devices, and other stuff they need. It is considered as the major term of payment for centuries.
However, modern technology devices allow people for a cashless transactions and even pay without bringing cash. People could use their cards and smartphones for their transactions. Vouchers could be also use for payment.
A Japanese grandpa named Kiriya Hiroshi lived a different life from other citizens for using vouchers for his transactions. The old man hasn’t spent even a single centavo to buy his needs for 36 years.
The 71-year-old man invest in stocks when he was 35-year-old and usually receive special vouchers, discount coupons, or tickets given by the company. He is using vouchers to purchase instead of money.
Currently, Kiriya has a market value of around $2.9 million from 900 companies. He is using numerous vouchers to buy his foods, shoes, clothes, and other items. He is even using it for travels and when eating in restaurants.
The old man is living a frugal lifestyle despite his huge earnings from his investments in the stock market. His wallet does not only hold cash and just riding his bike to road around the city.
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