Yoshida, whose goal is to be a top hairstylist, has taken advantage of his fingers to provide hair washing services to his clients.
His unique service has been a hit in Japan, with many customers queuing for a chance to get their hair washed and scalps massaged by Yoshida.
Yoshida once said in an interview that he wasn’t always this confident about his condition.
He “used to hate [his] fingers”, but over time, got used to how distinctive they look.
Although he has faced criticism for “exploiting his condition for profit”, Yoshida, instead, promotes positivity and is an advocate for inclusivity.
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