Why do I prefer Japan to Brazil?

Why do I prefer Japan to Brazil? Why do I consider Japan better than Brazil? For many years I have been writing about Japan, which has become my main secular work. But I never wanted to stop to write about why I like Japan so much and I'm crazy to leave Brazil.

In these long years of battle I met several types of readers, some passionate about Japan, others with hatred of the Japanese and crazy to come to Brazil. Stubborn people wanting to know more than others and using pointless arguments or generalizations to denigrate things. These and other things that any author faces.

Why do I prefer Japan over Brazil?

I have already written several articles lamenting the unhappiness of some Brazilians who live in Japan. I understand perfectly that taste is something personal, and if the person has a Brazilian mind and has Brazilian tendencies it is obvious that they will prefer Brazil. Each one can decide what is best for themselves, but not for the others! Keep that in mind!

There are happy and sad people in every country! There are different realities for each person!

Why do I like Japan so much?

People must think I'm an addict for having this site. The truth is that it started as a hobby and turned into a job, I am not as passionate or I love Japan as some imagine, I always write good things because I prefer positive things that attract people. But there are people who can't seem to see something positive so I came to comment on something negative.

Why do I prefer japan to brazil?

The main reason I want to live in Japan today is because I work with him. Other reasons would be because I want to marry a Japanese girl and speak Japanese in my daily life, because it was this language that I decided to learn, that gave rise to the site. Another important factor is that I think Japan is much more frantic than other countries.

Many Brazilians dream of the USA, Canada and European countries. I personally think these countries are great, but I think they are too standard and have nothing but their cultures, traditions and landscapes. Japan always innovates and manages to surprise more and more, whether with technology, culture, landscapes or media.

Why do I prefer japan to brazil?

I consider Japan a strange and universal country, where I can access all cultures from around the world. Fashion, cuisine, sights and other things have an infinitely unimaginable variety compared to other countries. Japan has thousands of common things that you won't find anywhere in the world.

The key factor for me to like Japan so much is in its culture that involves education, honesty and hospitality. Not to mention safety, cleanliness, economy and other factors that make life as easy as possible for the population. If the person is able to live in Japan, love the culture and have time to enjoy it, they will have a very fun and frantic life!

Why do I prefer japan to brazil?

Why don't I like Brazil?

I think most people will agree that Brazil's violence, lack of education, corruption, ignorance and bankruptcy are factors that make many Brazilians angry. But most of them are used to it and don't care about the dirt on the streets, the fear of being mugged or the injustice of earning little and paying dearly.

I care! You don't know how pleasurable it is to walk on the street without seeing a hole, dog poop or trash. Walking around without having to hear strangers talking to sexually suggestive slang all the time or playing loud and immoral music. Walking with a cell phone, camera and tablet on the street without any fear or concern.

Why do I prefer Japan over Brazil?

I am a very fearful person, although I have never been robbed. Even so, I am increasingly indignant at every misfortune that happens in that country. I am fully aware that things are not going to get better because it depends not only on the government, but on the people. People are the biggest problem!

That warm love that Brazilians so brag about doesn't fool me anymore. What I see are people meddling in the lives of others, people discouraging others with comments like: “let go of that, give up, that was better, why do that ”.  Not to mention extreme disagreement when someone thinks differently from you. and look, I didn't even arrive at falsehood ...

Why do I prefer Japan over Brazil?

I am still able to endure all of these things, but I feel totally empty because absolutely everything I like is out there and everything I hate is here. Football, Brazilian music, warm weather, Brazilian (traditional) cuisine, literature, films and anything Brazilian, I never had any taste for these things.

Expectation vs reality

It is obvious that everywhere there are good and bad people, there are problems and difficulties, there are cons and benefits. One of the main reasons why some people prefer to live in Brazil is friends and especially family. The only thing that holds me back in Brazil is the family, otherwise I would be anywhere away from here, because the other things are replaceable except the family.

Why do I prefer Japan over Brazil?

When you are living in Japan, it seems that everything for you becomes habitual, normal or ordinary. If the person continues in the same routine, without trying new things, he will get sick of his life. Perhaps this is one of the main reasons why Brazilians want to return to Brazil, they miss something and come back.

There is that famous saying, the neighbor's grass is always greener. Only when you leave a place do you really miss something. I don't mind leaving Brazil (except the family) because I have nothing to lose. Now you think about leaving Japan? Are you willing to exchange the security and other benefits it offers?

This is what makes people move to Japan already thinking about returning to Brazil and building a mansion with money they earn in Japan. Then she realizes that this is impossible ... What about you? Do you prefer to live in Japan or Brazil? Why?

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14 thoughts on “Por que eu prefiro o Japão ao Brasil?”

  1. I have always had a love and hate relationship with my country. Which reminds me that Brazilian has a suffix for a worker and not a nationality. It is common for Brazilians to work in Brazil and leave when they have the chance … like the historical origin of the Brazilian term. What I always liked in Japanese is how he honors and loves his culture, something that as a Brazilian I don't have and I wasn't even educated to have … I think I will be inspired by that and try to transform my country, instead of going into exile. I think we need to be more inspired by Japan instead of going there.

  2. Kevin. Hi. It's been a long time ... I'm the one who sent the modified Megaman’s to try to win. It has almost 1 year rs.

    Anyway .. This article should be mandatory. I find it impossible to understand people who like to live with so much bad factor accumulated in Brazil. and if it sucks in a city “ big ” like RJ, think about what it must be like in the interior of Amazonas, for example, in basic living conditions.

    Anyway, it's fighting while we have the energy to get out of here, but it's a tiring fight, you see. Hugs.

  3. Nossa, curti ler sua opinião e sinceridade, eu concordo com a maioria do que foi dito. As poucas coisas que discordo são coisas pessoais, como comida e tal (eu particularmente amo algumas comidas brasileiras) e não acho o Brasil um pais TÃO horrível. No entanto com certeza quero algum dia se possível viver no Japão, tudo lá é tão diferente e tão mais… eu… sabe… Aqui no brasil os amigos vão curtir indo pra balada, fumando drogas, fazendo sexo com estranhos e coisas do tipo, enquanto no Japão, ele vão em um Karaoke, em um restaurante tradicional, etc… CARA, eu faria de tudo para ter esses tipos de coisas mais… eu…

  4. I completely and completely agree with the article, thanks for posting it ... I prefer Japan, I support Brazilian studies and life in that period of adolescence, for one day to live in Japan, why?
    because I really admire Japanese festival cultures and education, I want to find a place for myself there, and as Kevin mentioned, I also want to marry a Japanese woman and start a family there. and of course it is not easy to get away from the family, it is not what holds me and I intend to visit them and keep in touch .. but if they approve of my trip to Japan I will run after
    ..
    I believe that Brazil is not a complete end of the world without salvation as many think - I think that the very few true friends and family are what saves you from being excluded by people like me, or you are reading this and like it a lot from Japan ..
    but brazil doesn’t really facilitate it (economy, politics, sanitation, physical and moral structure, etc.) are aspects that make it terrible in the eyes of the beholder. the malicious songs that only talk about prostitution and immorality (and there are those who like it) the lack of education of people, and the extreme difficulty to get to make real friends who will not talk about you behind their back but support you in difficult times.
    and the mountain of defects that brazil presents is huge.
    well … let's swallow the arts of brazil until it's time to set off towards dreams … it's not Kevin..rsrs

  5. Kevin, I found it surprising to know a little about the history of Japan! I was a little empowered with things with the comparisons between Brazil and Japan. After reading some of what your site has to offer, I was very happy, and I saw that the country that ‘least matters to some’; it's fantastic for others. It made me think and reflect that every country outside Brazil, a country that has financial stability, that has good communication between people is much better than Brazil itself!

  6. keven thank you very much for the article, I really don't want to live in a country like Brazil forever and as you said why I am still here is my family and just yesterday I wanted to give up learning Japanese because of the difficulties and difficulties people around me bad today see your article and i thought for love so much japan that phrase answered me “ because it was this language that decide to learn ” , thank you - I can't wait to learn more and more.

  7. please do not fill the site with boring advertisements, that's all I ask of you. I know you guys need money and stuff, but advertising that is not about Japan on a site about Japan, spoils the site

  8. I loved your sincerity, I prefer to live in Japan because of security. education, culture, beautiful nature … I have nothing to complain about, I love this country, I walk a lot … I am a lover of nature, I am interested in the culture from modernism to traditionalism … What dislikes here are the Brazilians themselves who are not at all united, but rather cliques, quarrels, want to pass legs …

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