Why are japanese cops so useless? >be me. >witness a crime. >run to report it

Why are japanese cops so useless?
>be me
>witness a crime
>run to report it
>tell them someone is stealing from someone and I saw it on my phone
>guy is still doing it and right around the corner
>cop asks me what I think I am doing
>wut.mp4
>tells me video taping people without consent is illegal
>tell him someone is still breaking the law
>see guy leave bar
>try to explain to cop with my N3 skills that the bad guy is getting away
>cop does nothing and says I am wasting his time
>tells me he will write me a ticket if I don't leave
WTF I just moved here for my job teaching english and this is my first bar night? What the frick japan this is suppose to be safe?

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >japan this is suppose to be safe
    they don't report crimes

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Yes because no crimes are committed... This isn't LA lol. I expected better but maybe my dialect was wrong or something and the cop was confused by a gaijin reporting a crime rather than committing it!

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      This.
      Japan is safe from violent crime but full of scams

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      How easy is it to steal in Japan? I'm quite poor and traveling on a budget, so any way to save money would be helpful

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Baby tier easy. But a fanatic way going to a hellish jap prison.
        Also Japan is very much like Germany in that people are like human cctv cameras. People will not confront you but they will report you.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Unless you were the one committing the crime, Japanese cops will NEVER take you seriously. You're not actually human according to them so better off minding your own business

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Do they get angry when they see a Japanese women with a white man

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Not everyone seethes at WMAF couples, you know

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          In Asia only the Vietnamese get angry about this, even if the woman is some other kind of Asian and not Vietnamese

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          A lot of chinkoids do. There was one little shit on the Taipei MRT who kept hassling foreigners. He tried starting an argument with me once, shoving me against the side of the train car. A few weeks later he got arrested for harassing a WMAF couple. The cops weren't going to do anything, but the girl had taken a cellphone video of the scumbag hitting her boyfriend and threatened to go to the news media.

          The cops finally took him in, and still weren't goin to do anything, so the chick actually did release the video. At that point the city prosecuted the scumbag -- and went through the show trial and all the news releases, and then basically let him go and told him not to do it any more.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            as it should be, gaijin b***h

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Occasionally yes.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Why are cops so useless?
    Fixed that for you. And the answer is that decent people aren't attracted to police work. You'll get the same result anywhere. It's for low IQ trash who need to feel powerful. Pigs aren't your friend and hollywood copaganda is not accurate. They are just an officially sanctioned organized crime group that sometimes inflicts violence over people in a way that society has deemed to be the least intolerable of many terrible options. Stop thinking of them as heroes, this is a naive and dangerous mentality.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Words of wisdom right here, just like America the cops are made up of unskilled losers on an ego trip

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Holy shit! That's Vic Fontaine!

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        TJ Hooker is just Star Trek with police uniforms

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Lmao broke drug using homosexual detected

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        You'll be a cop lover until you actually need them. They will disappoint you.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I hope the guy committing the crime was another foreigner and not a Jap otherwise if it's not happening to you, you're kind of overstepping your boundaries.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Don't ever go out of your way to talk to police in general but especially if you're in a foreign country.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The cop may have been paid in advance. Its a common occurence worldwide, not just in Japan. But this thing is pretty rare there so maybe you can consider yourself lucky to see a one in a million SSR event unfolding.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    police are useless worldwide. Anyway if you witness a petty crime like stealing just pretend you didnt see anything, not worth getting involved.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Get up get get get down 911 is joke is yo town

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You have to be pretty dumb to get robbed.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Avoid interacting with the police when abroad. Nothing good can come from it.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      In the US too, but OP seems like a raging homosexual and the cops did right by it.

      https://i.imgur.com/KcCzrkJ.png

      Why are japanese cops so useless?
      >be me
      >witness a crime
      >run to report it
      >tell them someone is stealing from someone and I saw it on my phone
      >guy is still doing it and right around the corner
      >cop asks me what I think I am doing
      >wut.mp4
      >tells me video taping people without consent is illegal
      >tell him someone is still breaking the law
      >see guy leave bar
      >try to explain to cop with my N3 skills that the bad guy is getting away
      >cop does nothing and says I am wasting his time
      >tells me he will write me a ticket if I don't leave
      WTF I just moved here for my job teaching english and this is my first bar night? What the frick japan this is suppose to be safe?

      I wouldnt help you either TBQH. you sound like you take it up the ass with pride

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Are you implying that there are good cops or did you expect the japanese cops would be different? Well son. Both are wrong.

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    How many days should I give myself as a buffer in front of the 90 day visa limit? Are two days enough in case shit hits the fan and I can still buy a ticket?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      10 days. 2 days is pushing it too much. If you get caught in a delay caused by bureaucracy, you are fricked and they will blame you for it anyway.

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >runs to the police like a little homosexual over seeing a petty crime
    >police sees some moronic homosexual foreigner seething about some irrelevant shit
    lol, lmao

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Are you sure what you saw was theft? Did you even talk to the "victim" and find out what was really going on? I bet you didn't.

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    around a year ago I got stalked in Shinjuku by this schizo Z homosexual wearing Russian milsurp
    >be me
    >with gf and her friend and her friend's bf
    >meet in shinjuku
    >do some shopping in the station mall
    >on the way out I look around and behind me and I notice this fricking weird guy sticking out like a sore thumb staring right out me with a death glare
    >think it's weird but whatever
    >leave station
    >walk to another mall a kilometer away that's all girls stores
    >when we get close to the mall feel a weird creepy crawly feeling
    >look behind me and the Z schizo is walking right behind within half a meter
    >think it's really fricking weird but it could still be a coincidence
    >when we walk in the store I watch him come in right behind us
    >now I know he's stalking us
    >I turn around and confront him
    >ask him what he's doing in English
    >he starts asking me what I'm doing in Japanese kek
    >we kind of do this for a minute like morons until my gf notices I'm confronting this Japanese schizo moron who is stalking us
    >she yells at me for defending us for stalkers so I leave him and catch up
    >he acts coy but then starts following us again
    >now I'm legit scared because I want to beat the shit out of him but I know if I do I'll end up on the national news as the evil gaijin who is assaulting innocent Japanese dindus
    >legit wondering if this schizo guy is going to stab us or something for the glory of Nippon
    >tell me gf's friend's bf who was a lieutenant in the Korean army
    >he tells me not to worry
    >we explain the situation to the girls and then go find security
    >security follows the guy around the store while he keeps stalking us just from farther away
    >the guy is just looking at us like pieces of meat the whole time, like full metal jacket death glare type shit
    >the security eventually says they kicked him out for not shopping so we go back to relaxing with the girls
    >when we leave the store an hour later HE IS STANDING RIGHT OUTSIDE THE STORE WAITING FOR US

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >now we're all bugging out
      >bf says we should just walk away
      >we seem to lose his trail so friend and bf go back home
      >gf still wants to go shopping in Shinjuku (yes she is really this moronic)
      >we go shopping and then what do you know 5 minutes later mr. Z schizo shows up again
      >now my gf is panicking (default foid reaction)
      >we scurry like rats into a reebok and use the translator to tell the greeter the guy is stalking us
      >he seems to not believe us at first but the guy literally appears right then and then he sees what's going on and let's us hide in the store
      >the manager eventually comes to us and says we can exit out the back if we like
      >(in retrospect I'm noticing that nobody has considered calling the police, not the security guard, the friend and bf who live in Japan, the greeter, or the manager)
      >we tell the friend and bf to come back to help us talk to the police because we're out of options at this point
      >they come back to meet us
      >guy is following us this whole time, it's been like 3 hours at this point
      >we hurry to the police station
      >we get the same response as OP "what are you doing being so easily stalked don't you know it is dishonorable to blah blah blah blah blah"
      >the cops say that IT'S NOT STALKING BECAUSE I CONFRONTED HIM
      >we give the cops a picture of the guy that they obviously immediately deleted
      >we call a cab and gtfo
      yeah this incident really changed my whole perception of Japan. it's clear to me that most people are kind and are not dangerous or violent. but Japanese society still has dangerous and violent people. they all just choose to ignore these kinds of people until it cannot be ignored any longer. that's why you get these crazy incidents with people lighting trains on fire and going on stabbing sprees and shit.

      I still feel you can relax most of the time in Tokyo, a lot more than in most big cities, but you still gotta be prepared for shit to go down big time.

      yeah... not my favorite traveling memory.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'll ask my gf if her friend still has the picture and post it tomorrow if I can

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          let me contrast this with an American story. I saw a guy break into my neighbor's van once in NYC. I called the cops straight away. the guy left before the cops showed up. the cops asked me what the guy looked like, I sent a picture to them. they gave some bullshit response like "we'll do what we can blah blah blah" they drive off to get donuts. 10 minutes later my neighbors show up so I tell them somebody broke into their van. they're obviously pissed off so we send them the picture of the perp and they go off driving around the neighborhood trying to find him. they find him in 5 minutes after the cops had been "searching" for 30 minutes and they call the cops and the guy gets arrested.

          so the point is that cops are generally useless. but I think a lot of Japanese "policing" is like a lot of things in Japan: all about appearances or face or Tatemae. it doesn't matter if there is crime or that the police box guys get bribes from the yakuza to ignore the beatings and drug dealing, or that there is crime or any of that. what's important to the Japanese is that it LOOKS safe. that's what foreigners see. in many ways appearances are true but every once in a while the differences between appearance and reality shows its ugly side.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Why not just lure him into a back alley and beat him until he is half dead? I know you run a (very small) risk of getting stabbed, but isn't running away and being scared shitless for so long even worse? I'm not selling you a power fantasy but I know I couldn't look myself -or even worse a gf/friend- in the eye if my response as a man to "a child sized weirdo following me and my close ones and staring hard" is to run away scared. I don't doubt it'd have been scary (I'd be scared shitless too until I gathered the courage to frick him up) but sometimes enough is enough. Maybe if you beat him up enough he would reconsider doing it again whereas now he will still go around terrorizing people -which I know isn't your problem, but still-.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >-or even worse a gf/friend-
          this. the guy has earned himself an ick and it's just a question of time when she dumps him

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I guarantee you that most of that reaction came from you being a foreigner

      >now we're all bugging out
      >bf says we should just walk away
      >we seem to lose his trail so friend and bf go back home
      >gf still wants to go shopping in Shinjuku (yes she is really this moronic)
      >we go shopping and then what do you know 5 minutes later mr. Z schizo shows up again
      >now my gf is panicking (default foid reaction)
      >we scurry like rats into a reebok and use the translator to tell the greeter the guy is stalking us
      >he seems to not believe us at first but the guy literally appears right then and then he sees what's going on and let's us hide in the store
      >the manager eventually comes to us and says we can exit out the back if we like
      >(in retrospect I'm noticing that nobody has considered calling the police, not the security guard, the friend and bf who live in Japan, the greeter, or the manager)
      >we tell the friend and bf to come back to help us talk to the police because we're out of options at this point
      >they come back to meet us
      >guy is following us this whole time, it's been like 3 hours at this point
      >we hurry to the police station
      >we get the same response as OP "what are you doing being so easily stalked don't you know it is dishonorable to blah blah blah blah blah"
      >the cops say that IT'S NOT STALKING BECAUSE I CONFRONTED HIM
      >we give the cops a picture of the guy that they obviously immediately deleted
      >we call a cab and gtfo
      yeah this incident really changed my whole perception of Japan. it's clear to me that most people are kind and are not dangerous or violent. but Japanese society still has dangerous and violent people. they all just choose to ignore these kinds of people until it cannot be ignored any longer. that's why you get these crazy incidents with people lighting trains on fire and going on stabbing sprees and shit.

      I still feel you can relax most of the time in Tokyo, a lot more than in most big cities, but you still gotta be prepared for shit to go down big time.

      yeah... not my favorite traveling memory.

      it wouldn't surprise me if there was no law explicitly forbidding what this guy was doing, at least up to that level. but anyway tokyo mass-produces weirdos, I doubt you were in actual danger but it still sucks

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >now we're all bugging out
      >bf says we should just walk away
      >we seem to lose his trail so friend and bf go back home
      >gf still wants to go shopping in Shinjuku (yes she is really this moronic)
      >we go shopping and then what do you know 5 minutes later mr. Z schizo shows up again
      >now my gf is panicking (default foid reaction)
      >we scurry like rats into a reebok and use the translator to tell the greeter the guy is stalking us
      >he seems to not believe us at first but the guy literally appears right then and then he sees what's going on and let's us hide in the store
      >the manager eventually comes to us and says we can exit out the back if we like
      >(in retrospect I'm noticing that nobody has considered calling the police, not the security guard, the friend and bf who live in Japan, the greeter, or the manager)
      >we tell the friend and bf to come back to help us talk to the police because we're out of options at this point
      >they come back to meet us
      >guy is following us this whole time, it's been like 3 hours at this point
      >we hurry to the police station
      >we get the same response as OP "what are you doing being so easily stalked don't you know it is dishonorable to blah blah blah blah blah"
      >the cops say that IT'S NOT STALKING BECAUSE I CONFRONTED HIM
      >we give the cops a picture of the guy that they obviously immediately deleted
      >we call a cab and gtfo
      yeah this incident really changed my whole perception of Japan. it's clear to me that most people are kind and are not dangerous or violent. but Japanese society still has dangerous and violent people. they all just choose to ignore these kinds of people until it cannot be ignored any longer. that's why you get these crazy incidents with people lighting trains on fire and going on stabbing sprees and shit.

      I still feel you can relax most of the time in Tokyo, a lot more than in most big cities, but you still gotta be prepared for shit to go down big time.

      yeah... not my favorite traveling memory.

      An ex-girlfriend of mine spent a year helping out some blind woman in Seattle who was being stalked by some weirdo. The blind woman would go out, and someone would grab her or touch her or push her or knock her over. The blind woman was fricking terrified, and the cops were completely useless. Anyway, a bunch of people started going with the blind woman, sort of a rotating group of randos trying to protect her from the stalker.

      The stalker finally got caught. Turns out he was some schizo Chinese guy who came over on a student visa and never went back.

      https://archive.seattletimes.com/archive/?date=20001009&slug=4046908

      Fricking pigs, the news article makes it sound like they were proactive and did all the work. They were pretty much useless and ignored her for most of a year, while randos tried to keep the scumbag away from her.

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >work in japan
    >place gets broken into
    >laptop tablet and some other junk gone
    >tell land lord
    >pleads with me not to call the cops
    >"excuse me what the frick are you smoking"
    >offers to pay back everything if I don't report it
    >work laptop gone I have to report it
    >begin reporting it
    >she tells me I left my door open
    >NOPE.avi have a cam on my door for shit like this because amerimutt brain
    >show them
    >cop asks me if I had a sign up to tell people I was recording
    >uhhhh
    >after 2 hours finally files a report after landlord trying to play it down
    >she storms off
    >get eviction notice 2 days later for illegally recording people
    Japan is full of crime they just don't want to say it lol

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      That's why, as a foreigner in Japan, you commit crime as much as you want. Steal as much as you can and refuse to pay for things when you don't have to. Weebs will get mad at you because muh honor, but at the same time the cops will ignore any crime committed against you. If they wanna play games, you might as well play along with them

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Wtf are you even talking about? I've been to Japan so many times and never had anything stolen from me. The only theft I hear of are from Chinese gangs here.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >literally announced to the whole town that I will be staying in [this address] for 6 straight weeks
      >a few neighbors visited my rented house to throw a welcome party
      >partied the whole night without locking the doors
      >didn't get mugged
      >didn't get robbed
      >for the whole stay
      Huh your story sound like a (You) problem.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      literally what jeets do, they don't report/record any of their crime.
      Then they boast they have lower crime than western countries.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      What is with Japan and recording policies? I've seen it happen occasionally in stores where there is a 'no pictures' policy for merchandise. I heard it is to avoid people comparing prices but you can still do that without pictures, so I don't know.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        We literally have the same type of privacy laws in Europe... But you buy one tiny sign saying "by entering this property you agree that you can be recorded" or something, and that's it. You can then legally start recording. It's really not that hard to monitor your property in a legal way. I think I even saw those signs being sold in Donki and some random stationery shops in Japan... Just google which one you need exactly.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Yup, true that. From Croatia and can confirm, we have a same law. I remember that the sign also has to be on an eye level for it to be legit.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >illegally recording home invaders inside your residence
      kek if true

      >literally announced to the whole town that I will be staying in [this address] for 6 straight weeks
      >a few neighbors visited my rented house to throw a welcome party
      >partied the whole night without locking the doors
      >didn't get mugged
      >didn't get robbed
      >for the whole stay
      Huh your story sound like a (You) problem.

      >crime didn't happen to me, therefore crime doesn't happen
      typical tard

      What is with Japan and recording policies? I've seen it happen occasionally in stores where there is a 'no pictures' policy for merchandise. I heard it is to avoid people comparing prices but you can still do that without pictures, so I don't know.

      so the reason nobody cared about

      around a year ago I got stalked in Shinjuku by this schizo Z homosexual wearing Russian milsurp
      >be me
      >with gf and her friend and her friend's bf
      >meet in shinjuku
      >do some shopping in the station mall
      >on the way out I look around and behind me and I notice this fricking weird guy sticking out like a sore thumb staring right out me with a death glare
      >think it's weird but whatever
      >leave station
      >walk to another mall a kilometer away that's all girls stores
      >when we get close to the mall feel a weird creepy crawly feeling
      >look behind me and the Z schizo is walking right behind within half a meter
      >think it's really fricking weird but it could still be a coincidence
      >when we walk in the store I watch him come in right behind us
      >now I know he's stalking us
      >I turn around and confront him
      >ask him what he's doing in English
      >he starts asking me what I'm doing in Japanese kek
      >we kind of do this for a minute like morons until my gf notices I'm confronting this Japanese schizo moron who is stalking us
      >she yells at me for defending us for stalkers so I leave him and catch up
      >he acts coy but then starts following us again
      >now I'm legit scared because I want to beat the shit out of him but I know if I do I'll end up on the national news as the evil gaijin who is assaulting innocent Japanese dindus
      >legit wondering if this schizo guy is going to stab us or something for the glory of Nippon
      >tell me gf's friend's bf who was a lieutenant in the Korean army
      >he tells me not to worry
      >we explain the situation to the girls and then go find security
      >security follows the guy around the store while he keeps stalking us just from farther away
      >the guy is just looking at us like pieces of meat the whole time, like full metal jacket death glare type shit
      >the security eventually says they kicked him out for not shopping so we go back to relaxing with the girls
      >when we leave the store an hour later HE IS STANDING RIGHT OUTSIDE THE STORE WAITING FOR US

      >now we're all bugging out
      >bf says we should just walk away
      >we seem to lose his trail so friend and bf go back home
      >gf still wants to go shopping in Shinjuku (yes she is really this moronic)
      >we go shopping and then what do you know 5 minutes later mr. Z schizo shows up again
      >now my gf is panicking (default foid reaction)
      >we scurry like rats into a reebok and use the translator to tell the greeter the guy is stalking us
      >he seems to not believe us at first but the guy literally appears right then and then he sees what's going on and let's us hide in the store
      >the manager eventually comes to us and says we can exit out the back if we like
      >(in retrospect I'm noticing that nobody has considered calling the police, not the security guard, the friend and bf who live in Japan, the greeter, or the manager)
      >we tell the friend and bf to come back to help us talk to the police because we're out of options at this point
      >they come back to meet us
      >guy is following us this whole time, it's been like 3 hours at this point
      >we hurry to the police station
      >we get the same response as OP "what are you doing being so easily stalked don't you know it is dishonorable to blah blah blah blah blah"
      >the cops say that IT'S NOT STALKING BECAUSE I CONFRONTED HIM
      >we give the cops a picture of the guy that they obviously immediately deleted
      >we call a cab and gtfo
      yeah this incident really changed my whole perception of Japan. it's clear to me that most people are kind and are not dangerous or violent. but Japanese society still has dangerous and violent people. they all just choose to ignore these kinds of people until it cannot be ignored any longer. that's why you get these crazy incidents with people lighting trains on fire and going on stabbing sprees and shit.

      I still feel you can relax most of the time in Tokyo, a lot more than in most big cities, but you still gotta be prepared for shit to go down big time.

      yeah... not my favorite traveling memory.

      is the "stalker" wasn't recording.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      but recording is not illegal in japan, why are you shitposting this hard

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        While you are correct that it's not 'technically illegal', it could wildly depend on a few things.

        The Japanese law is about as clear as milk on the legality, it's like 90% of most Japanese laws that weren't written in 1945. If you know anything about Japan's laws or enforcement of them you know it's wildly subjective.

        There is no law specifically prohibiting it in public but private residents are a entirely different beast especially if you are leasing. There is a huge, and I mean huge, stigma against filming without posted consent in a private establishment and in general.

        I'm fairly certain the landlord could have found SOMETHING against a foreigner if they wanted to. My guess is the landlord just wanted some reason to record or evict because they knew who the person who did it was. Not to mention now on their building insurance they show some of their residence as unsafe and probably increased the cost of operations for every place they own.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >private establishment
          as long as you're renting it it's your private establishment and you're allowed to record it, unless h meant he was recording the outside corridor

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It's the same with prostitution and perversion in general
      The reason why non-Japanese are barred from most of these places are because of the underaged hookers working in those clubs.
      They are worried that it might get shut down because white people would spread the word rather than let the heat die down while they use another club for Japan's elites

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    AJCAB

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      All Cops Are Bakas

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is it true that you should never put your hands on a Japanese person as a gaijin, regardless of the circumstance?
    Even if you beat up a Japanese man who assaulted an old lady, you'd still get in trouble by the police?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Where can i learn good japanese? i'm not talking about textbook japanese either, i want the type of teaching where it can be used with people casually so i don't sound like a fricking robot? i'm really close to biting the bullet and buying a course with those japanese people on instagram who speak the language, but also show how to use casual speaking ( i won't actually do this i'm just being moronic)

      i think that's how it is in any country. random dude no one really knows about defending a citizen from the country they're visiting? sounds like the good gaijin is a problem.

      All countries are like this.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Where can i learn good japanese?
        In Japan.

        Start with Doulingo see if you even want to continue, then follow the N5->1 path there are TONS of guides for resources out there. Unless you want to go live there, you're not going to learn more than robot sounding at first without a very expensive private tutor who will probably want you at N5 level anyways.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          ahh okay. i don't want to really live there, i just want to branch out and make more friends outside of the languages i already know (english and spanish).

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Do the guide to N3, pick whichever works for you, N3 is assumed business conversational so it will at least be worth the effort of "can put this on my resume at least".

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              perfect. thanks broski

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        shit, thought this was the jpn general nevermind disregard this

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Where can i learn good japanese?
        Start here https://tatsumoto.neocities.org/

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >just stay at home and watch anime all day
          incredible. I've been learning japanese and I didn't even know.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >All countries are like this.
        LOLNO. In the U.S. you are allowed to stop any ongoing felony by shooting the perpetrator dead.

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    They are lazy and dumb.

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Snitch ass homosexual

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's 11:35. Should I bother going out or just staying in?

  22. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >he trusted non-whites to be normal

  23. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >hears gunshot
    >do nothing
    I get the average Jap citizen not being on the ball, but you think presidential bodyguards would be ready for this kind of stuff.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Schizo Abe wasn't holding any political power at that time.

  24. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    It's not so much as a budget problem as it is how long it takes for me to make that much money in my country problem. I earn 260$ a month. The most low budget I can do is about 3kUSD because I want to spend a month in Japan. 100$ is instantly taken out of my paycheck to pay for my credit card. I've been saving up for the past 2 years and a half, and I have about 3.1k dollars to show for it. Meaning if I did a trip to Japan I'd come back broke.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >260$ a month
      >100$ is instantly taken out
      you should focus on getting a better paid job instead of planning a travel

      >owning a credit card
      dumbass

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