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What If 25% Of Americans Moved To Japan?

Okay, the United States Of America is the country visited by people around the world. And many people who were born in this nation often take this for granted. The land of the free, and a diverse types of people from each part of a world. Typically, the United States has 50 states, and there are vast places to go to.

However; not all people stay inside the United States for a long haul, some people move to different countries, like Japan or United Kingdom. However; we are focusing on Japan, and I am just wondering what happens if 25% of Americans moved to Japan.


Imagine; you woke up this morning, and you are about to head to work. Well, you are lucky to see neighbors who live in an apartment building. Well, you managed to continue working like usual, and you just focus on your job.

You head to your job, and you discovered some of your old friends has moved to a different country.

You discovered some of your former team members has moved out of the United States for some insane reason.

What you discovered; some of your friends has moved to Japan, but some of your current friends are still in the United States with you. However; with 25% of these Americans has moved to Japan has caused some impact to USA itself, such as: empty apartment buildings, surplus housing, and even surplus properties. On the plus side; the homeless are able to soak into these empty apartment buildings, and get out of these elements.

You go to work like normal, but as you head home; you can see why parts of an apartment building what you live in has reduced tennants. You turned on your TV to find the news, and you are hearing the news about 25% of these Americans moving to Japan to give back to Asia as a way to start their new lives there. Many of these americans who are moving via vast numbers may overcrowd Japan, but artificial islands with integrated reef systems can help Japan cope with the great move-in of these Americans.

You wanted to get yourself some dinner, and you ordered you some food to eat. However; you are stuck with either a Japanese or Chinese food. You planned a transition ahead of time, but your favorite American franchises started transitioning, and you discovered pork supplies has been shorted out, and you discovered chicken supplies has gone out, and you discovered your favorite stores has been transitioning to Asian products as a way to help cut obesity.

Roads begin to quit down, but CO2 levels has been reduced by 25%; and you can see why some of these surplus vehicles has been sold as taxis for public transportation.

However; you managed to sleep through the night; and you can hear your neighbor next to your apartment getting ready to view Japanese Anime like Pokemon, and other shows. You can hear your another neighbor get ready to study Japanese culture.

During the next day; you can hear the Japanese take up residence of an apartment building where you currently reside.

Now, you can hear more people getting ready to settle down. However; most of these units are still empty, but the good news is; new tennants are soaking up this building, and you begin to make new neighbors as a way to welcome Japanese to the United States. This is important because, United States supposed to be a diversed nation. If you move to Japan; you are giving back to this country.

If you can managed to to spend some time in your home country like the USA, you can see the spectacular results!

Japanese-American population grow by numbers, and that may result to taking up residence of other cities (including cities with very less people), and purchasing of abandon properties, and restoring them.

Typically, 25% of these Americans who moved out of the United States tend to take up empty residential locations of Japan. However; bear hunts may resume to prevent bears from eating people.

And speaking about Japan, the Japanese government needs to chern out as much documents for these Americans who are moving in as Xpats, and that can overwelm their system. And where they have to put them, depends on how many people who moved in. Well, Americans can build an artificial island with natural materials as a way to build a city that should be at least 200 feet from the ocean surface. They can also build an underground station to take a look of an ocean without needing a submarine! However; that requires more money to be spent on this project, and it also requires Americans to strategically build an artificial island as a way to ensure the environment is not polluted. That also requires a mandatory extraction system to remove plastics from the ocean.

If the trend continues; the Japanese government needs to find a way to cope with this surge of Xpats who are moving in. This surge can also overwelm their airports, and that can also overwelm their ability to keep up with these Americans who are moving in.

Although; Americans who have an artificial island can set up a heritage to indicate why these Americans moved there.

If Americans settle for a long time, and they get used to Japanese culture overtime; they will be remain there for years to come, and these Americans may become “American-Japanese” as a new race, or something. Well, with all of these Americans who move there; only 75% of these Americans remain the USA. However; population in the United States may bounce back because, diversity continues. On the plus side; America continues to have new people moving in.

Back in Japan; Americans who moved there have an option to start a family to stabilize their population. This is important because, longer livespan is common in Japan.

Back in the United States; surplus housing may be available for the homeless and people who move into this country. Well, this is the another effect of 25% of Americans moving out of the USA to Japan.

Back in Japan; Americans begin to settle down in vast numbers; and that can be a very difficult experience for Japan itself because, they have questions like; where should we put these Americans who moved here as Xpats?

Although; there are American Xpats who live in Japan for various reasons.

If Americans successfully moved in; it requires strategy to implement placements for Americans to reside.

Well, people who moved to Japan applies to the following groups:

People Who Give Back To Japan By Intentionally Moving To Japan

Sometimes, people intentionally move to Japan as a way to give back to this nation. Giving back to this nation is key to support this nation for years to come.

When moving to Japan; after you learned a new language and culture; you can still experience same things what you find in the United States, but its different there.

Japan is known to modernize things what we use to do in the USA.

People Who Were Tired Of Gun Violence

Families who lost their children are most likely to move to Japan as an alternative to United States because, gun rights organizations like the NRA are notorious of protecting crooks who shoot up schools and other places. However; people who started gun violence should be placed in prison because, gun violence is illegal, and it needs to be prevented with measures that is important for us. Japan has better gun laws by design.

Unfortunately, gun violence is unpredictible, and it can spark without warning. Terrorism is a known threat around the world. Gun culture is a known issue for many families who lost their members of their family due to gun violence. However; 2 crooks like Nikolas Cruz and Ethan Crumbley don’t deserve to move to Japan because, they caused these incidents. Loopholes are exploited, and corruption is the known issue. Sometimes, living in the United States won’t go as planned!

By Aaron Johnson

Aaron Johnson is the founder of Fairies Dreams & Fantasy, and he's an independent author/musician who is blind. He started Fairies Dreams & Fantasy as his new site. You can follow him on BandCamp His nicname is Fairy-Rider because he rides a fairy in his imagination. He's also a vegetarian, and online activist who want to make our internet, and our creative world a better place to be.
Born and grew up in New York City. He went to school there,. He lives in a big family.
Before he started his new Website; he started writing books to keep his imagination going. First, he relied on using paper and the brailler to write books,--before he has a new computer to work with his projects. He wanted to believe in fairies because he believes that's an alternative to Christianity. He started believing in fairies in 2005,--after he lost vision due to defective surgery, and his mother was so angry at his surgent who maybe don't have any experience or something. Invisible fairies has helped him out cope with his difficult life.
During the time while he's believing in fairies; he went to Kansas State School For the Blind, and he started reading braille as he learned something new. He has to watch some movies what he remember watching since he's a little boy.
From 2005 to 2006; he started running track, and continued his writing project, and he can draw good pictures. He has to drink some tea, interact with other student without any violence, and create something new.
He has interest of riding a carousel, going to a fair, and read books with fairies inside.
Currently; he lives in an apartment solo. But he do have some friends! However, he has to deal with all of the issues what he encountered; he has to varify if his parents were paying his bills.
His projects has been limited to his offline creation because, due to his mother's gambling, and economic abuse what she left behind, he has to get some problems in his family resolved. His trusted ally has helped him get out of his mother's mess.
After he barely recovered from economic abuse; he launched his new blog on a new self-hosted site, Fairies Dreams & Fantasy.

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