Japan's Aliens: No Longer so Alien

In the 17th century and for almost 200 years after, only a handful of foreigners were ever allowed into Japan. Those who made it literally locked away, on a small island in Nagasaki called Dejima and were prisoners of Sakoku, Japan’s isolationist foreign policy.

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