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However, I would rather they refer to foreigners as gaikokujin because it is politer.

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Also, I’ve noticed that especially middle-aged women try to avoid walking close to me. I don’t know why people assume that I am dangerous. I’ve had people staring at me like I’m doing something wrong and I started to care how people think of me. But after I decided not to care how people think of me, my life in Japan got much better. There are some days when I don’t feel like a gaijin. The negative experiences I have had are mainly the result of miscommunication. I don’t enjoy being a gaijin when people ask me typical questions such as “Can you use chopsticks? They were making fun of themselves, saying they were gaijin in Japan.

Anyway, my closest friends don’t care that I’m from another country. Honestly, I have found being a gaijin beneficial at times because foreigners can avoid troublesome situations that Japanese people have to endure with a smiling face. Question 2: Are you having fun as a gaijin in Japan? —I get the same feeling as when someone calls a person black.

She did not notice that I was not Japanese, so she asked me something, but she stopped asking me after two words as soon as she looked at me. —I have never been called a gaijin by Japanese people, and I’ve never heard Japanese people around me call other foreigners gaijin.

Then she asked my Japanese wife who was next to me. —Some people misunderstand and assume that I am going to threaten them or do violence to them, and I often hear the sound of car doors being locked when I pass by people sitting in a car alone in a parking lot or garage. However, it depends on how you think of the experience. But surprisingly, I heard the word used by foreign students studying in Japan.

They just don’t pay attention to the correct way to use the words.—Actually Japanese people don’t say gaijin to my face, but I have heard some Japanese people calling me gaijin when they communicate with each other.



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