Despite what liberalism says, I never noticed any problems with any xenophobia the year I lived in Japan. Probably because I chose to wear a belt and chose to have good manners. I also greeted people in their native language instead of our dialects of Mefirst or Yodawg.
I know this is not fair to Americans, because wearing belts or practicing genteel behavior is an affront to diversity, and by helping others, we would lose our competitive advantage.
However, it must be nice to live somewhere that you can safely leave your front door unlocked in any part of the country.
Psst: You're all XENOPHOBES!