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People in most countries have wearing masks. In Japan, many people are still up. Some of those who have maskless, or who want to, are lessons in how to smile. A lot of adults say they have "" how to smile naturally after three years of a face covering. They are lessons from "smile coaches" to relearn how to smile with confidence. One coach, Keiko Kawano from a "smile education" company, to the Asahi Shimbun newspaper about her work. She said: "Mask wearing normal, so people had fewer opportunities to smile. Many people a complex about smiling. I want people to smile for their physical and mental wellbeing."

Smile coaches in Japan may busy for some time to come. A recent survey by Laibo Research that 27.8% of company employees in their 20s to 50s would to wear masks. Just over two-thirds of people said they would a mask depending on the situation. Only 5.5% said they would mask-free. Ms Kawano well known in Japan. She has more than 4,000 people in the art of smiling. She has also trained hundreds of "smile specialists". She said: "Smiling a good impression on others and helps communication. It also the effect of making yourself feel more positive." She added: "Moving and relaxing the facial muscles the key to a good smile."

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