I am from the US and have very blonde hair. I keep hearing that I should dye my hair before I visit Japan or China to avoid being stared at or touched. With blonde hair, you will stand out. But I don't understand why you're suggested to dye it. People may look at you just because they admire you.
I have a question for you: loud, crazy, different and drunk. The answer is drum roll please …all three! Yes, based on personal experience and no scientific research whatsoever, these are just some of the stereotypes you might be expected to fulfill as a foreign gal in Japan. When you first arrive in Japan, people will treat you like an exotic, man-eating manatee, gazing at you with wide eyes of awe and terror at the same time. These are all a mildly bewildering product of your average Japanese gaijin complex. But how does that make us gaijin girls feel? I no longer interpreted the staring as a sign that I had something hanging out of my nose but instead that people were admiring my striking foreign beauty.
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Dear visitor, if you know the answer to this question, please post it. Thank you! Note that this thread has not been updated in a long time, and its content might not be up-to-date anymore. My paternal grandparents are from Nara. My mom is caucasian of portuguese origens.