I've had much of a fascination with japan and it's culture. Not just in anime and video games and the like, but in terms of its history, it's lore and societal structure. But I fear that someone like me would not last very long in japan's society. You see I am a very frank and straight forward individual. I say what i feel with little to no filter, and and very rarely tend to worry about things i consider small or trivial. So things like specific days for trash, having to bow all the time, no using the phone on the train, just tiny things that you normally don't even pay attention to. I guess my biggest worry is that i wouldn't be able to adapt to the idea that japan takes what is effectively the work/professional environment etiquette. And has that expanded to all of its society. It would make you think japan is super stuck up and the like.....until you look at akihabara and harujuku which couldn't be more different from the japan a lot of foreign travelers expect. Every expressive, Open and weird(in a good way). And so these conflicting images makes me wonder how a person like me, who doesn't much care for sugarcoating things would be received in a country like japan. So Any natives or people who lived there for a good few years, how would someone like me who is very straightforward but not necessarily "Rude" Do in japan?