A 53-year-old woman was arrested in Osaka on Tuesday after she confessed to disposing four dead babies she had given birth to over a five-year period, dumping the bodies in buckets filled with concrete.
She was charged with abandoning bodies a day after she turned herself in at the police station.
A Japanese mother dumped four of her babies in buckets filled with concrete and kept them in her apartment for two decades.
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Saito said she hid the bodies between 1992 and 1997 because she was too poor to raise the children.
Police are still interviewing the woman, who lives with her son, and trying to determine whether she killed the babies or whether they were stillborn, the report said. It is fairly standard in Japan for criminal charges to be added later as an investigation progresses.
On Monday morning, Mayumi Saito approached a police box and told officers, "I encased multiple newborns after giving birth inside buckets of concrete before burying them".
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Japanese media has quoted her as saying she had no one to talk to or turn to, but it is not known why she chose to confess now.
Despite ranking as the world's third-largest economy, poverty remains a problem in Japan, particularly among women.
Investigators found him in his flat just outside Tokyo surrounded by the festering remains of his victims inside coolers and containers.
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