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"Why did you come to Japan?" / 「何で日本に来たの?」。

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31 thoughts on “"Why did you come to Japan?" / 「何で日本に来たの?」 | 最も関連性の高い知識の概要どうして 日本 に 来 た の 英語

  1. Decision Scientist says:

    I feel this short video probably condenses the essence of attribution in psychology more than any material I have encountered.

    I am pretty sure that you compose a huge factor that will have finally pushed the viewers to actually come to Japan. They will say (in their heart) "I do not know why I came to Japan, but if I were to give a single verbal reason, then it is Dogen's video."

    日本の宝としてご活動くださっていらっしゃいますこと、心より感謝申し上げます m(_ _)m

  2. suzuki chan says:

    I would love to go there, but i:
    1. Have autism
    2. Am a lesbian, which means i can't get married and settle down easily
    I still want to have a temporary visit though

  3. nasis18 says:

    This man just described my life story. I was stationed in Japan. I loved every minute of it. I was fortunate enough to meet my future wife there. I am no where near as fluent as Dogen-san, but thankfully my wife is fluent in English. I have not been back in a few years, but I am lucky to have a small piece of Japan in my home.

  4. karinakari says:

    I’ve yet ever been in Japan but next time my gf/or someone else asks me why are so obsessed with Japan Im gonna just quote you, I dont know. ありがとうどげんさま

  5. Gillmsn Fillman says:

    This is a great question that all the weebs need to ask themselves. Most people like Japanese media and believe that the countries are representative of what they see when it’s the complete opposite. It’s the same thing happening to Korea at the moment where foreigners are going to the country and being burned when they realise how terrible it actually is.

  6. postblitz says:

    Because Japan actually has a culture and a people, unlike most parts of the western world infested with "multiculturalism" aka "no own culture, just stealing from others and feeling like nothing".

  7. Fujidk says:

    FLCL… I was in middle school when that was airing late night. Just like how you say you don't know why you ended up in Japan, I don't know what it was about that show that made me felt, the way it did. I guess it was the fact that the main characters were around my age, yet they had such different lives (taking all the sci-fi stuff aside). What stood out so much was the scenery as he was chilling under the bridge, and hanging out with an older girl that smokes. It was both the beauty and the mystery of the show that captured me so much.

    FLCL, of course, is just one example. But the feeling of beauty and mystery from many of Japanese media I consumed when young, I guess, is what gave interest to Japan. The media and art from the country gave me a feeling that I can't get with western media. And I don't think I'm the only one on that boat.

  8. Bertrand Zerpersande says:

    For me, was married to a Japanese and got a job offer with a significantly higher salary.
    So more of a matter of…why not?

  9. Daisei Iketani says:

    This is fascinating to hear why some younger people want to or wanted to come to Japan. I am too old to understand much about anime and games. Those things were not in overseas markets when I arrived in Japan. My work brought me here so I had to look on a map at the library to find out just where exactly Japan was located (the Internet was not for Public use in the 80s). I came here with absolutely no expectations or understanding of anything about Japan besides what I saw in the old Godzilla movies I saw as a boy. Fortunately, I fell love with the people and made lots a friends even though they couldn’t speak English very well and I couldn’t speak Japanese. Nearly 40 years later, every day is still an adventure and a linguistic challenge—always learning a new word or kanji it seems. Younger folks are so fortunate to have much more access to info about Japan and to be able to learn more before they even step foot on her shores. Conversely, not having any foreknowledge of Japan before my arrival steered me clear of stereotypes, prejudices, and any unrealistic expectations. So I guess I lucked out anyway.

  10. ぴよぴよらんど@YouTube says:

    FF7とガンダムWing好きだったなんて、たぶんDogenと私はsame age ですねー!
    私がアメリカから日本に帰ってきた理由はジャンプとマガジンを毎週買いたかったからです

  11. cetriya's Art n Comics Channel says:

    Man, I felt that…I have those same "reasons" for France
    France and Korea but the don't call to me as japan does

  12. Lee Angry says:

    I remember exactly the core of my interest in Japan/Japanese culture. Playing Final Fantasy 7 when I was 12. I was completely fascinated how people could put a store together that got me so invested in characters to where I could possibly be that upset when one of them perished. From there anime and then the language.

    I’ve never been to Japan but I’m making it my goal to get there… because of the people. I love to do things for others and they way they treat people falls in line with how I treat people. I’m tired of living in a place surrounded by entitled, arrogant people that do nothing but argue about how the other half of the country is causing all the problems. (U.S.)

    I just don’t have a degree at 36. So I have some obstacles. I could probably pass an N5 test and I’m always studying…

    But I’m really hoping I can find a way to move there if only for a few years.

  13. リンボ says:

    恐らく海外に行きたがる人ってだいたいは現実逃避が理由という人が多い気がする。私も留学しましたがそれも一つの原因でした。結局日本の良いところに気づかされ、日本で暮らしていますが。

  14. deezplace says:

    I went en route to Europe from Australia. My brief work to save money stop became years and married.

  15. Keith Mofley says:

    In truth I just want to visit Japan because there's just more that life has to offer and unique viewpoints and things I won't get anywhere else

  16. hyuga says:

    "I don't know. I don't know, but I'm glad I did."

    Powerfully beautiful. You really are masterful in writing.

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