The precious metals are being retrieved from ashes and bone fragments left behind after the family of the deceased have completed the ritual of packing some of the bones into an urn for burial. Japan has a huge quantity of discarded mobile phones, PCs, televisions and MP3 players, which, if properly tapped, could turn it into a major producer of precious metals. According to one estimate, 1, tonnes of bones and ashes were produced by cremations in Japan in The Tokyo metropolitan government made 3. Whatever ashes and bones are left should be packed up and taken to the nearest Buddhist temple to be blessed and looked after properly. Several cities, including Tokyo, have earned millions of yen from the sale of rare elements found in capped teeth and artificial bones, the Asahi newspaper said. The city earned 90, yen from coins placed in coffins before cremation, the report said. Although one local council said it had stopped searching for precious metals after complaints that it was profiting from the dead, most families are unaware of the practice.
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