>>25571567 Nice somebody's faking bad english to be a dick. But to answer your question OP, Japan is extremely xenophobic and even people of their own country that are betas are looked down on in society.
>>25571518 Nowhere is 'beta friendly' exactly, but it's definitely beta livable. As long as you don't mind crowds (and being foreign means getting Looks, but it usually doesn't mean anything) you can go about most days without really having to interact with anyone. You 100% have to know a functional amount of the language, though. It's also great to be able to go buy animu shit whenever you want, and there are always new food places to try if you live in a big city.
Normalfags gonna normalfag, but they'll ignore you and there are ways around them.
>>25571744 this is true, in tokyo you can live very comfortably with a minimal amount of social skills. you can get most things you need from vending machines or 24-hour convenience stores and the anonymity of the big city along with the culture of minding your own business and not being bothersome to others makes it very easy to stay under the radar. in my experience people don't really stare anymore either. foreigners have become a normal sight in tokyo and seeing one doesn't surprise people any more.
outside of the big cities rural japan is very different though. there are more community bonds and social skills are more important. so if you want to live a complete reclusive beta lifestyle in japan (which i don't recommend) tokyo would be the place to go.
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