Katimi Ai Katayama | 片山カティーミ愛

“Living in a more multicultural country than Japan, do you still feel different from the majority?”

日本より多様な文化を持つ国に住んでいた場合、それでも自分は一般の人とは違うと感じると思いますか。

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5 comments
  • Bobby D says:

    Not especially cause of culture or ethnic background. The US is more multicultural and multiethnic that Japan but in the end we are all humans. Being different isn’t a bad thing though, variety is the spice of life.

  • Karen Abe says:

    I live in Ireland which is not so multicultural so I do still feel different at times. Not as much as I do in Japan though because appearance-wise I blend in more here. But I do always wonder what it would be like to live somewhere like London.

  • Tia says:

    I’m half Japanese and mixed with white and latin. I will say I feel Japanese more than white. But I do look more of a whiter complexion.:(
    I speak more in Japanese than most hapa/ Hafu people who don’t live in Japan.

  • Shinoda Cindy says:

    As a quarter Japanese-Indonesian-Chinese-Dutch I grew up in Indonesia, and I don’t feel different. My background is what makes me, me.

  • I do and I don’t. I feel different from a lot of people, but not because I’m half Japanese.

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