>Do you want Japanese citizenship?
Gods, yes. I'm 99% sure that Europe is going to be an absolute shitshow in a decade, tops, and I need to get out of here soon.
Problem being, I can't stand being around Americans or Australians, and that really only leaves Japan unless I want to leave the first world, but if I wanted to do that, I could just stay here in the first place.
>Do you want to marry somebody with japanese citizenship?
Not particularly. I wouldn't mind it, but I'm not after it. (Let's call hiring a poor Nip chick to become my wife long enough for me to gain citizenship Plan B)
>Speaking of this, does a woman lose her japanese citizenship if she gains US citizenship
Yes. Nip citizenship automatically excludes any other citizenship. Most citizenships in the world work this way.
I'm currently working towards getting 70 points on file related. That gets you a 5 year visa and if you have 3 continuous years in Japan over 70 points, without crimes, and with enough money to not immediately become a case for social services, you get permanent residency (read: Revocable semi-citizenship without voting rights). And after a few years of permanent residency, you get full citizenship.
I'm currently at 15 points (from age), but I'm about to get done with my first Bachelor's and am about halfway into my second. By the time I'm finished with the second, I'm going to hopefully be at N2 and can apply to Masters programs in Nipland (35-45 points extra, likely -5 for age), have a few /tech/related certificates (5-15 extra), then I'd just need a stable job over there that pays me 60k a year (worst case scenario, ideally I'd have enough shit published and enough certificates to already be over 70), which sounds doable with two masters degrees and near-native level in three languages.