Why Do Japanese People Stare At Foreigners?

Tired of being stared to death upon when you visit a foreign country?
I found this very short article about an Icelandic musician who resides in Tokyo named Arni Kristhanson.
He created this tool for foreigners who doesn’t like to be stared upon by Japanese locals. It’s a fake cover for a book entitled Why Do Japanese People Stare at Foreigners?.
It’s basically a cover you print out and wrap it around the book of you choice and TADAAA!

“The idea is simple, print out this cover and wrap it around a book in Japanese. Then, as soon as you get stared at on the train or in a public place (to the point where it becomes uncomfortable) take out the book and pretend to start reading it while giving the starer ample view of the cover. The starer is then made aware of the situation in the most Japanese of ways, through non-confrontation.”

You can check out more  about this by click the highlighted words above.

source from Jprobe

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