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The island's entire population was evacuated at the time but eventually returned. Japan has 110 active volcanoes and monitors 47 constantly.

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In Indonesia, she worked for one year as a nurse, visiting sick patients in their homes.

She wasn’t aware that she needed at least two years of experience to land a nursing job in Japan, among other requirements.

She was only able to find an apartment when a Japanese friend from church offered to help her.“Renting apartments is a very big, hard thing for foreigners,” explains Toshihiro Menju, managing director and chief program officer for the Japan Center for International Exchange and author of multiple books on the country’s immigration policy. Caucasian — Westerners.”Menju says the Japanese tend to look down on groups from other parts of Asia and Africa, with few exceptions.

Although conditions are starting to improve, Menju notes that racism and discrimination are still a problem — especially for non-white foreigners. For instance, Japan has embraced professional tennis player Naomi Osaka, the daughter of a Japanese mother and Haitian father.

The same peak erupted explosively in 2015, sending ash and smoke thousands of metres into the sky and releasing potentially deadly pyroclastic flows that reached the sea.

Menju says when she beat Serena Williams at the US Open this summer, Osaka became a national hero in Japan, even though she grew up in the US and doesn’t speak Japanese fluently. That's very appealing to Japanese.”High-profile athletes like Osaka are helping to open minds in Japan to foreigners and people from mixed backgrounds, Menju says.

It’s actually “because her Japanese is very terrible [that] people really like her,” Menju says. But foreign workers do not enjoy the same privileges as elite athletes.

Japan’s complicated visa system means most unskilled workers can only stay in the country for up to five years.

Under a new two-tiered visa policy, still in the planning stages, unskilled foreign workers who acquire new skills that meet Japan’s urgent labor needs would be allowed to renew their visas for five years.

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