Members of ethnic communities have expressed hope that the new administration, slated to be launched Tuesday by Shinzo Abe, will help improve their living conditions.
“There is still a sense (in Japan) that you don’t belong,” said Jeffrey Cabanday, 27, a system planner from the Philippines who has lived in Tokyo since 2000.
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