What it’s like to be a foreign female creative in Japan (pretty good, actually) www.campaignasia.com

posted by  banzaitokyo | 6 years, 7 months ago in Gaijin

Originally from Portugal but having studied and worked in London and Amsterdam, Cristovao describes her experience as a foreigner and a woman in Japanese advertising. Much of that experience has been highly positive, but she thinks a mindset change is needed for more women to achieve their potential in this industry.

0 | #12778 by  BarbaraEbara | 6 years, 7 months ago
I once read that it is actually very peaceful because a lot of the men there do not like the way westerners look. This means you don't have to worry about men flocking all over you. It can be a freeing thing to just be a human and not worry about things like that. This is probably very off topic at this point. haha