Gaijin dating tokyo
I recently came out, and it was far less painful and emotional a process than I thought it would be – largely because I have awesome family and friends and I am in love with an absolutely wonderful man.
I’m very lucky and grateful for all the luck I continue to have. But damn near everything in Japan is weird so I guess that shouldn’t be too much of a shock.
In our last article, Alison noted how lazy we Brits are when it comes to getting a handle on the native language when preparing to travel abroad.The word gaikokujin (外国人) is composed of gaikoku (foreign country) and jin (person), so the word literally means "foreign-country person".