Weebs? How did you feel after going to Japan?

Yeah I’m a weeb also obsessed with Japan. It looks amazing from the beautiful women, reserved and polite culture, bustling cities, and pretty cool buildings and technology.

What am I missing out on?

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  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Easy access to merch is the only thing that matters. 3DPD prostitutes are garbage, politeness is fake and modern buildings are all soulless.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Expand on the 3dpd. Bad experience? No experience?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        The girls in the gaijin bars are gross. Imagine the type to hang around explicity to get picked up and ran through by tourists. That'd be what you have acess to as a tourist.

        If you live there, they are weird, extremely hard to read and figure out, but better than US girls in attitude. Still women, so still prone to dramatic shit to test your nerves, but in general a better time.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        "Hostage Justice" is what the lawyer termed it to me. Holding people in isolation until they will confess to anything. Standard operating procedure i was told. They re-arrested me after the first 3 weeks with a larger scary charge than the first. At this point I started to freak out. I was afraid I would be held forever, just constantly re-arrested, without ever going to court.

        I stuck to my guns and said my favorite Japanese phrase over and over again, "I don't know". I lost a bit of my sanity in there, and on many occasions was ready to confess to anything if it would allow me to get out, but my lawyer kept me grounded.

        Not sure if I can ever go back to Japan after that though. All the people I knew there seem to have disowned me even though I was never charged. Japan was a great place until I saw this other side to the culture.

        https://youtu.be/r1ZLGqL1FMo

        They never tell you the hell of japanese judicial system, and that you as a gaijin have almost no rights.

        They can arrest you 23 days with daily interrogation withoit lawer present, even if they at the end don't present any charges.

        https://youtu.be/FLeM1BH1fNA

        Here Fuchu prision, where if you are a gaijin they will send you to work 8h a day.

        https://youtu.be/g8QN-JvLYfE

        This guy was 2 month in prison and got a suspended sentence just for bring a medication is legal in most countries but not japan (yeah it's his fault but he was facing up 10 years for that mistake).

        Gaijins at japanese prisons can only send 1 letter a week, thats fricking crazy. You can't even have calls.

        You are incumunicated with the external world.

        Here we fricking go again. I've been to Japan multiple times over the past decade and have never had a negative run-in with the police. Hell, they've been helpful from time to time.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          The redditors will tell you not to talk to the police. Meanwhile I greeted the local cops every morning and they were nothing but polite and happy to be shown that bare minimum
          of respect. I think it's just brokebrained people who have been fed stories of American police gunning you down for looking at them funny and nogs who scream "FRICK YOU PIG" and then wonder why the police are confrontational.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            "Hostage Justice" is what the lawyer termed it to me. Holding people in isolation until they will confess to anything. Standard operating procedure i was told. They re-arrested me after the first 3 weeks with a larger scary charge than the first. At this point I started to freak out. I was afraid I would be held forever, just constantly re-arrested, without ever going to court.

            I stuck to my guns and said my favorite Japanese phrase over and over again, "I don't know". I lost a bit of my sanity in there, and on many occasions was ready to confess to anything if it would allow me to get out, but my lawyer kept me grounded.

            Not sure if I can ever go back to Japan after that though. All the people I knew there seem to have disowned me even though I was never charged. Japan was a great place until I saw this other side to the culture.

            T. people who have never dealt with Canadian police (they are complete trash)

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    "Hostage Justice" is what the lawyer termed it to me. Holding people in isolation until they will confess to anything. Standard operating procedure i was told. They re-arrested me after the first 3 weeks with a larger scary charge than the first. At this point I started to freak out. I was afraid I would be held forever, just constantly re-arrested, without ever going to court.

    I stuck to my guns and said my favorite Japanese phrase over and over again, "I don't know". I lost a bit of my sanity in there, and on many occasions was ready to confess to anything if it would allow me to get out, but my lawyer kept me grounded.

    Not sure if I can ever go back to Japan after that though. All the people I knew there seem to have disowned me even though I was never charged. Japan was a great place until I saw this other side to the culture.

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    They never tell you the hell of japanese judicial system, and that you as a gaijin have almost no rights.

    They can arrest you 23 days with daily interrogation withoit lawer present, even if they at the end don't present any charges.

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Here Fuchu prision, where if you are a gaijin they will send you to work 8h a day.

  5. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Most people concentrate on the obvious destinations like Tokyo Kyoto or Osaka. They all have their charms but i recommend to see some less popular places aswell. You either love or hate the mostly retro futuristic feel of japanese cities

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

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      seethe

      ??? Dont confuse me with the spamming Black personhomosexual

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        my apologies

  6. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    This guy was 2 month in prison and got a suspended sentence just for bring a medication is legal in most countries but not japan (yeah it's his fault but he was facing up 10 years for that mistake).

  7. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Gaijins at japanese prisons can only send 1 letter a week, thats fricking crazy. You can't even have calls.

    You are incumunicated with the external world.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      https://youtu.be/g8QN-JvLYfE

      This guy was 2 month in prison and got a suspended sentence just for bring a medication is legal in most countries but not japan (yeah it's his fault but he was facing up 10 years for that mistake).

      Most people concentrate on the obvious destinations like Tokyo Kyoto or Osaka. They all have their charms but i recommend to see some less popular places aswell. You either love or hate the mostly retro futuristic feel of japanese cities

      https://youtu.be/FLeM1BH1fNA

      Here Fuchu prision, where if you are a gaijin they will send you to work 8h a day.

      https://youtu.be/r1ZLGqL1FMo

      They never tell you the hell of japanese judicial system, and that you as a gaijin have almost no rights.

      They can arrest you 23 days with daily interrogation withoit lawer present, even if they at the end don't present any charges.

      "Hostage Justice" is what the lawyer termed it to me. Holding people in isolation until they will confess to anything. Standard operating procedure i was told. They re-arrested me after the first 3 weeks with a larger scary charge than the first. At this point I started to freak out. I was afraid I would be held forever, just constantly re-arrested, without ever going to court.

      I stuck to my guns and said my favorite Japanese phrase over and over again, "I don't know". I lost a bit of my sanity in there, and on many occasions was ready to confess to anything if it would allow me to get out, but my lawyer kept me grounded.

      Not sure if I can ever go back to Japan after that though. All the people I knew there seem to have disowned me even though I was never charged. Japan was a great place until I saw this other side to the culture.

      seethe

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >incumunicated
      ????

  8. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I want to move to Japan. How can I start down this path? Thank you

  9. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I went to Japan to try out the 'chinbos and ended up 21 days in jail. Japan is done for.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      How was the food in the police station jail?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        They gave me a mochi but they didn't have the ultra hot xXxthaiXxXtacoxXx Carolina grim reaper of habanero DEATH Gamer Edition sauce I always have with my spaghetti. Japanese food is so bland and overrated. Japan is done for.

  10. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I spent 5 months in Japanese jail for an empty strip of valuim that someone put in my carry on. It broke me psychologically

    • 9 months ago
      Dylan

      Doubtful. You're just trying to scare people off from going to Japan.

      I can, i am white

      And? What does that have to do with anything?

  11. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Japan is a no Black person zone. Sorry

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      LOL can't walk through any area of tokyo without seeing blacks

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        I can, i am white

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Are they still all mostly Nigerians or are they a variety of multiple african nationalities now?

  12. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Californian student remains in detention 8 months after breaking lamp in Tokyo bar

    the arrest occurred on May 22 after the University of Redlands student, who’d travelled to Japan on a study abroad program, had been bar-hopping with two people he’d met at his hostel. Adame’s mother, Leah Smith, maintains that her son fell asleep at one of the bars after three beers and when he awoke, his companions had gone and police were informing him that he’d have to pay for a lamp he’d broken, which was worth 100,000 yen.

    Smith says her son had been warned about Japanese gang members who “dress up like police officers, ask for your passport to commit identity theft, and extort and kidnap you.” So when the police officers asked to see his passport he refused, which resulted in him being taken to a local police station.

    Despite being in Japan, where the emergency services number is 119, Smith says Adame panicked and called “911” 13 times. Police officers took Adame back to his hostel to obtain his passport, but when one of the officers attempted to handcuff him, he refused arrest. Police then charged him with the Obstruction of the Performance of Official Duties, and he has been detained on this charge ever since.

    Smith has set up a GoFundMe account to help cover translator fees, the cost of the broken lamp, and a flight home for her son. She also made a plea for help on U.S. television, saying “I just want him home. This is ridiculous, he’s not a criminal.”

    Reports say Adame has pleaded guilty to the charges, which come with a maximum of three years imprisonment or a fine of up to 500,000 yen. His trial has been postponed until mid-February.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Black person can you not?

  13. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    How do I get a chubby jap gf?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Please
      Sticks don‘t appeal to me

  14. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >In Japan
    This country is so fricking overrated holy frick every single thing about this country is overrated I fricking hate Reddit, I fricking hate basedboys, and I fricking HATE all these mendokusai things
    >after leaving
    I miss it. All of my aggravations and aggrievances were not as bad as they seemed at the time and while Japan still is overhyped by soi bugmen it's also well worth visiting.

  15. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Cops are cool, even when they caught us doing petty illegal shit like fighting in an Izakaya or being noisy at night they would just have one of us out their residency card down for reporting and tell us to move somewhere else.

  16. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    They tell you how dangerous weed is but they don’t tell you that no one knows what it looks or smells like, and that it grows very easily in their climate. Look up how much grows in Hokkaido’s wild. Easy money when a gram is 5000¥+ and they barely do bulk discounts. Also Bron Ace is over the counter lean you can get (just has codeine no Promethazine tho).
    I dont partake in the degeneracy anymore tho so this may have changed since 4 years ago.

  17. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    They don’t tell you that 30% of the population has fatty liver, and that having fatty liver can increase your colon cancer chances by 10%. moronic ass overdrinking shitty “beer” and well whiskey culture will do that to a person.

  18. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Roads in the suburbs are about 1.5 USA lanes wide and serve as both a two way street and sidewalk I know 3 people that got hit by cars due to this

  19. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Most toilet bowls fill a fraction of what they do in America. Yes it saves on water and splashes but you’ll be left cleaning skid marks regularly.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Don't forget the SINK is ON TOP of the TOILET because JAPAN is a super-futuristic ADVANCED TECHNOCRACY.
      That's RIGHT, you CLEAN your HANDS with the WATER that will be used to FLUSH your FAT FRICKING GAIJIN TURDS the NEXT time you take a SHIT!

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