I was born and raised in Japan. My parents are 100% Japanese. So, I am Japanese.
The first foreign country I landed was the Kingdom of Tonga, a small developing country in the South Pacific. I lived and worked there for two years. Tonga was too different from Japan, and the locals saw me as a guy from an industrialized country rather than as a Japanese guy. On the other hand, Canada is close enough to see the difference between Canadians and Japanese, and Canadians usually see me as a Japanese guy. Some things that I thought was normal seem uncommon for Canadians; they find it Japanese style. It’s good and bad; even when I do something very me, many Canadians say “wow, Japanese do bla bla bla“. No, I did it because I am me! But it is kind of understandable. Japanese people generally do things differently. Dedication to the details is one example, and it can be found in product design.
By the way, I did not know how to pronounce “robot” <róHbαt> correctly, because one of the 80s icons, “Mr. Roboto“, goes as we Japanese say robotto.