Gaijin


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Gaijin

Japanese term used to describe a non-Japanese investor in Japan (outside person). A more polite version of the same word is gaikokujin which means outside country person.

Gaijin

The Japanese word for foreigner. The term is often used to describe non-Japanese persons and organizations who invest in Japanese securities.
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Gaijin Sushi is open Monday to Saturday from 2pm to 10pm and 1pm to 10pm on Sundays.
Enlisted" is being developed by the Latvian studio Darkflow Software and will run Gaijin Entertainment's Dagor Engine.
I was the first gaijin ever to live there and so I was treated like royalty almost.
Whereas most gaijin are used to ordering first and finding a seat later, Japanese customers know they're supposed to grab a table, leave their possessions there, and then go to the counter to make their purchases.
Of particular interest are those translingual authors who switched languages for stubborn reasons of their own: Frederick Philip Grove, who was born Felix Paul Greve in Prussia and published in German until, facing serious financial trouble, he feigned suicide and resurfaced in Canada, where he took on a new identity as Anglophone writer Grove; Hideo Levy, an American gaijin who writes all of his novels in Japanese;
28) That is to say: bathhouse managers undertook no "ethnocentric" survey of customers" ethnicity--they just identified and kicked out the gaijin ("foreign"-looking people) based upon their instant visual identification of biological markers.
Guojia He Anquan Ju jiu Fudao he shigu hou hedianchang anquan gaijin dawen" [National Nuclear Safety Agency responds on nuclear power plant safety improvements since the Fukushima incident].
Seeing the place full packed with only the low tables available, we decided to save our gaijin backs and sit on the bar where one can see Chef Takeshi working with his team in dispatching the numerous orders taken by Janet, his wife.
Back then, being a gaijin ("outsider") was a rarity.
O narrador, ainda aqui, conserva-se refratario ao maniqueismo barato, procurando segurar-se nesse realismo que se quer culturalmente imparcial e, ao mesmo tempo, supoe, em relacao aos conflitos, a conciliacao, ou, pelo menos, ao arrefecimento da resistencia ao gaijin e seu mundo.
In those days they'd seen very few gaijin in the countryside so I was considered an oddity because at 64" I was much taller than all the natives.
19 -- Gaijin Entertainment, company behind IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey, Birds of Steel and Apache Air Assault is taking the next step in war simulator games.