Uchi-soto in the Japanese language is the distinction between in-groups (uchi, 内, “inside”) and out-groups (soto, 外, “outside”). This distinction between groups is a fundamental part of Japanese social custom and even directly reflected in the Japanese language itself. This is an important Japanese concept to understand Japanese people.
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