June is ‘Go Away Gaijin’ month

June is: get rid of illegal foreign workers month in Japan.″ –@devintstewartwlecom-to-japan

This a banner hanging in Tokyo’s Shinagawa Station reminding foreigners of Yokoso/welcome on their way to the Shinagawa Immigration Center Japan’s largest alien processing center.

Yokoso” means welcome.
Yokoso Japan means Welcome to Japan

Previous reports “Yokoso Japan” on the 3Yen include:

 


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I'm a pale, alien, quadruped who has worked for 25+ years at "Maybe-the-Largest Inc." in Tokyo.

3 thoughts on “June is ‘Go Away Gaijin’ month”

  1. Banner hanging in Tokyo’s Shinagawa Station reminding foreigners on the way to the Shinagawa Immigration Center of Yokoso.

    in japanese…

    make sense…

    as usual…

    oh wait… it’s just pandering to the moronic uyoku electorate and not the actual fureigners…

    BRILLIANT !!!

  2. Banner hanging in Tokyo’s Shinagawa Station reminding foreigners on the way to the Shinagawa Immigration Center of Yokoso.

    I can’t help feeling disgusted by this.

    What do these people think?

    This should be featured in the press all over the world.

  3. japanese logic mode

    But if you’re in the country legally this isn’t about you.

    /japanese logic mode

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