Japan Airlines Co. has launched a campaign offering free one-way overseas flight tickets to up to 50,000 foreign nationals currently living in Japan.
The initiative, announced Sunday, is partly aimed at encouraging those who seek to live in Japan for extended periods of time to get the hell out.
JAL will start accepting applications for foreigners who have lived in Japan for more than two weeks and hence outstayed their welcome.
“We hope this reduces the stress,” JAL said in a statement.
The airline is collaborating on the campaign with far-right groups that drive big black buses to compensate for their tiny little wits.