thanks fully we have the solution to this inconvenience
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You are right when you say it is important to focus on Japanese lady who spoke to the company.
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The English translation does not really convey all the nuances of what the driver said. 本日は多数の外国人のお客さま>が乗車されており、大変混雑しておりますので、日本人のお客さまにはご不便をおかけしております. We have a lot >of international guests/customers on our train today and it is extremely crowded, so I am afraid I must ask our >Japanese guests/customers to be patient.
No, sorry, 不便をおかけしております is not be patient but "sorry to cause you inconvenience" I would like to know how this driver categorizes Gaikokujin? Can he recognize Korean, Chinese, Taiwanese or just picking up non Asian looking people? I fear the latter....
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She is an example for all of us, long term foreigner residents with or without families and children in Japan.
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While the face of Abe.... is reassuring right?
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Until Japanese major corporate begins with targeting overseeing markets changing marketing approach (dumb CMs, pink products, you see only in Japan) that will not change. Samsung is a very interesting best practices case.
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for us long stayers, not a surprise. Mc Donald's western nerd, katakana subtitles, gai san or gaijin san. Japanese have thousands of complexes, inferiority complex is for sure among them
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The tanks strategy is brillant. Pour water on the three sinking melted cores, and then put the water in the tanks. In this way, I think they are aiming to cover up all Japan territory with bolted-in water tanks. There is still a lot of empty space, go for it.
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First priority for Abe is the case of Hashimoto brain abduction by a misterious force. He needs to rescue it for the future of the country
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This guy speaks before switching on the brain in advance and then - as a good Japanese - just apologies, because if you apologies afterwards you are allowed to say and do whatever you want in Japan. It is a free for all ticket.
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