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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Whether Japan produces more babies, employs more senior citizens, does both or does neither, it seems likely that the number of foreigners in Japan will continue to increase.
In the statement, he also pledged efforts to continuously promote human rights protection, including removing prejudice toward foreigners in Japan.
Shintaro Ishihara on Tuesday over a derogatory remark he made over the weekend against Koreans and other foreigners in Japan.
Shintaro Ishihara denied Wednesday that he was specifically targeting Koreans and Taiwanese when he said at the weekend that foreigners in Japan might riot after a major disaster.
The white paper, compiled by the National Police Agency, said Japanese police are also in need of officers with better language skills to cope with the rising number of criminal cases involving foreigners in Japan.