there are many blacks (African-American) born in Japan on the us military bases (not considered japan for citizenship) and at Japanese civilian hospitals to American couples
if an African-American and a Japanese have a child in a Japanese hospital and if the American has a working, student, permanent resident, or any other visa that states he/she is legally entitled to reside in the country the child is of American and Japanese citizenship. once the Japanese spouse enters the child's name on the Japanese family registry, the child is Japanese as far as japan is concerned. the us embassy can record the birth if both parents complete necessary paperwork but if they do not, the American side basically will have no idea if the child is to be counted/considered American, especially if the American parent does not apply for a passport for the child.
there are many africans and others that may be considered "black" --remember Black is not a nationality-- that marry Japanese but their offspring are deemed foreign by the average Japanese.
as far as tracking the numbers of "black people" that are born in japan and considered citizens, it will be a difficult task since most documentation will show the nationality of the foreign spouse.
Yes, there are black people in Japan.
The Japanese people aren't black themselves, but there are probably some black people that live in Japan.
Because black is a bad color
Of course they can - and do.
There is no way to tell how black people are treated in Japan. These people are not often seen but every Japanese will treat someone differently.
You asked if they are black or black. Uh...
They are black people.
As soon as they are born on US soil...
According to Wikipedia and other sources, only people who are "Black" are allowed to become citizens of Liberia. Racist?
It is difficult to see how an Asian and a Caucasian could have children considered black.
they were considered in slaves [people who work for other people without getting paid] they were treated badly because of their skin color which was black
No, however something like a cat who happens to be black IS considered unlucky by some people.
because they want to scare people
in1868 when the 14th amendent was adopted. it gave former black slaves citizenship
Egyptians were considered gods and blacks people have the closet ancient ancestry ties to Egyptians.
At the time the US practiced a system similar to "apartheid" where black people were regarded as second class citizens.
They don't. Only 12% of the USA's population are considered as black.
It was cheap or cost effective. It was also exotic and appeared to be enlightening to have them as servants instead of as slaves. This made the bosses appear to have a heart. Plus it appeared you have status if you have servants, black servants were considered a serving class of citizens back then.
The Irish was not considered white in the 19th century. The Irish was considered black people.
Most people in Japan have a very dark brown eye color that may appear to be black.
some Arabic people are white and some are considered black but if you mean the middle east then some men are considered black and rarely are white but whomen 75% are white
Yes, French people may wear black. This is considered sober and classy.