This is just a personal experience, but back when I was in school, I had a roommate from Venezuela when I studied abroad in America. For breakfast she would make tortillas from corn flour and espressos. It was truly a taste of another country. Although we could not communicate very well in English, our feelings came through when talking. Currently in Japan, there are many foreigners living abroad to the point where one could say Japan has become a fairly international society. Even if you do not travel abroad, there are opportunities to meet foreigners waiting for you. To ensure that those who visit Japan come to love our country and its people, we’d like to assist in day to day living.
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