Why is there a black person in Japan?
This totally destroyed my suspension of belief watching this show.
But Koreans aren't black
She's just tan from Ragu's light.
maybe she's just tan from being expose to Ragyo for too long
Black people exist in Japan IRL you know.
Koreans are considered the niggers of the east.
He doesn't count, he's Russian.
The american military prescence really shows up here.
Thats South Eastern Asians stupid
you'll just have to deal with it
Where is japan in that show?
Also what show is that?
Corean please leave.
Yuru Yuri, newfag.
boku no la vie est troll
It's Red Data Girl.
DOKDO IS KOREA
Did you somehow manage to complete block this fella from your mind?
Muh yurus can't be that gay!
Coralian please stay.
And here I thought it was BnP
>Her skin color is more disconcerting than her blue hair
Japan-sama is the best.
Dragon Ball GT.
It's gotten really good since its release.
nigga if i knew you in real life id fucking bitch slap your ass. wtf is wrong with you nigga? why you gotta be racist, i bet a fuckin dolla youd never say dis shit to me in my face, nigga, my home niggas would be up in your grill in 2 seconds flat read to beat yo ass to the mothafucking ground. who the fucks do you think you are that you can act like a honkey on the internet, nigga ill bust a cap in your ass bitch ass hoe nigga.
Like his name suggests, he is ganguro
>mfw OP has never heard of Bob Sapp.
>i bet a fuckin dolla
Bet you don't have more than that anyway.
>"What is what?"
>watching an anime where a uniform talks and a character has rainbow light shining from her hair
>dark skinned character completely suspends disbelief
Such a faggot.
Anthy is the best example of dark skin girls done right in anime.
and pic related isn't?
She's the first canon Indian girl in anime too.
Black people do exist in Japan
Black people are already better at enka.
> Hina and her friend are going to have an adventurous black night.
> Porno music playing in the background.
My sides have left this universe.
and WTF is up with the ridiculously thick kanji texts in that show?
Its llik al llik, a great show with a budget that is equivalent to ethiopias weekly food budget.
hey young kid maybe you should get out more?
I guess they do keep those South American guest workers pretty marginalized over there.
Someone has the "with full force in vagina, mouth and ass"?
He's just a tan Scandinavian since he has blonde hair.
Only whites get blonde hair.
Except marine and teacher?
She's a servant to a rich person, how is that not realistic?
>Russia people is like black but wrong color by accident
what if they were half-asian?
So Gama is a Melanesian?
>suspension of belief
>kill la kill
come the fuck on. was nudist beach a believable organization?
We send alot of teachers to japan, and we have a large military presence there too, and marines are fucking retards
>tfw you want to teach abroad and Japan is one of the places you would like to go
So they will hate me, then?
Stay away from places with military bases and your fine
THey are all racist anyway, so who cares
Several industries and corporations have tried to incorporate some form of immigrant workers as significant part of their workforce in different industries and in different parts of Japan since early 1990s, with different degrees of success and side-effects. The lessons from these cases is that successful incorporation of immigrant labor takes far greater effort than the industries which wants them can or will commit (ie. using immigrants to cut costs alone will not work). Such being the case, quantitative boost in immigration will only produce more failures rather than successes.
Japanese Brazilians in Japan is a case in point that using immigrant workers just to cut costs does not work. They were brought in at the worst possible timing (around the time the original Bubble bursting in 1990) and with worst possible motive (cost-cutting alone). With both wrong timing AND wrong motives, that attempt was doomed to failure from the outset.
Essentially, after the immigrants were brought in, the hike in Yen in 1995 meant that the companies who brought them in gave up on manufacturing in Japan altogether and went abroad, stranding the immigrants.