I've been living in Japan for 3 decades, the solution is very simple, disconnect the cable connecting to NHK from your tv, just use a portable antenna to connect your tv so you can still watch nhk and your local tv stations,
for your mobile, just say you dont watch tv on your mobile, or check your cp network provider monthly bill if they are charging you for tv, just say you don't watch tv and you don't to ay for it, ask for cancellation if ever they are charging you already
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i don't think it's an offensive word for me... when they ask me "nanijin?" i simply answer them "wakaranjin desu.. yoropiku" .. but if someone will call me "gaijin san" heeeck! i bet you! i'll call them back in an "offensive word san" too!! like.. nandayo obaasan!! or debusan!! :D!
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