Thanks for the insight. It just worries me as it seems that China and Korea grow ever-increasingly better at catering toward Japanese youth and seemingly pose a real threat within Japan's market.
The K-pop boom is as big in Japan as it is around the world, if not the biggest outside of Korea. Chinese mobile game company Yostar seem to be hitting it out of the park with each and every release with games including Arknights, Azur Lane, and more recently Mahjong Soul.
I can't say that I'm not at least a little worried for the future of Japan and its people.
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