"Tired and Disillusioned": Foreign Students in Japan
The Japanese government launched its "300,000 foreign students" plan to nurture highly skilled professionals. But behind the scenes, many of them are treated merely as a source of labor. And at one university in Tokyo, over 1,600 foreign students stopped showing up. We interviewed school employees and students to see what's really going on.

Shoichi Ibusuki (Lawyer)
Yuriko Sato (Associate Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology)