- The following article on enforced racial homogeneity in Japanese schools may be related to Japan's ingrained disapproval of race mixing.
- Children of American GIs and Japanese women have suffered painful discrimination in Japan, even by members of their own extended families.
- Japan has refused to take in world refugees. There is no Muslim population in Japan. This has resulted in no incidence of Islamic terror in the country.
- The Japanese have a fascination with Nazism. Government officials and celebrities have even praised it publicly. Although there are practically no Jews in Japan, there is a current of anti-Semitism. Japan was an ally of Nazi Germany during World War II.
Japanese Girl Sues School For Forcing Her To Dye Her Hair Black
“Even if we had a blond foreign exchange student, we would force them to dye their hair black,” a school representative allegedly told the girl’s attorney.
When a Japanese school forced a student to dye her naturally brown hair to black, she filed suit against the district in a case that began Friday.