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For entrance ceremonies here in Tokyo, one does usually wear very professional and not loud clothing.
However, she is going to a fashion college. What she is wearing I find to be very appropriate. If you would like more insight, please look up a video of Japan's Bunko College Entrance Ceremony day. Everything is very strange but in a good way.
I don't believe you had to go so far as to say she appears as if she has a mental illness. (English is my second language so I am sorry for grammar and spelling errors.)
I have a hard time believing you live in Japan because although we use a lot of unnecessary packaging, I believe we are one of the most strictest countries when it comes to recycling. I live in Nakameguro Meguro-ku Tokyo, where recycling can be the most strict. To the point where even if you are gaikokujin (foreigner) you do not get a pass for not doing it right.
I do not consider this to be true. A lot of foreigners are considered very beautiful here. When I was at Tokyo Sea, two of my classmates were very fond of two Indian girls that were in front of us in line. They said they really found the high nose and tanned skin with full brows to be pretty. Generally speaking, the more fair you are as a Japanese person, the better. There is a lot of issues in Japan with natives being darker than very pale, but for foreigners it is never a conversation.
Kenna's natural features would be very welcome here because at the end of the day, she is seen as pretty than anything normal in Japan because she is a foreigner.
The media would be quicker to portray a Taylor R appearance in terms of foreigners but lots of ads nowadays are becoming more inclusive.
A lot of us Japanese people would love to see more foreigners but we are a very one-type country and are not very easy with visa.
I think I understand where you are coming from. But I do not think I agree. I am very happy they are comfortable enough to talk about their mental health. Where I am from, it is very taboo and it is always something I have envied about foreigners. I do not think it should be something to hate someone else over unless they are not honest about it.
But that is not my place because I am not a doctor.