Finding diversity and inclusion in Japan. Breaking down barriers one post at a time.

A compendium of pictures and stories, personal accounts of foreigners (immigrant workers, trainees, international students, expats, visitors, etc.) and mixed-race or second- and third-generation Japanese people. We believe in diversity and an inclusive society, which is not about being similar, but living in harmony despite differences. If we open our hearts and minds to welcome individuals who are disproportionately disadvantaged or are often left behind, it will only benefit us all. Let’s celebrate human differences across gender, race, economic status, and physical and intellectual capabilities.




Isaac “Tac” Aquino