Back in the 70s Japanese owned a large part of Hawaii. It was no longer nice to travel there because the Japanese were quite ride to the American tourist business. If you were walking on a sidewalk for example, they would literally force you off the walk. A little bit of that nastyness goes too far. In Japan those same people are polite to a fault. It was quite a shock to see. I believe nobody from another country should be able to buy large pieces of American soil. They should be able to come here like we did and apply for citizenship. As long as they choose Japanese citizenship, they could buy a home and a sole proprietor business, but not huge factories. Toyota being an exception. They are great citizens , employing thousands of Americans, paying good wages and offering good benefits. I drive a Toyota made in the USA. I love it.