It was just a matter of time but Donald Trump has started to be parodied in Japanese comedic skits. Recently the duo Razor Ramon did this pretty funny skit on national television. (People with a sharp eye might recognize the thinner member of the duo as the comedian who became famous for the "Hard Gay" character a few years back) The skit centers around Donald Trump buying and taking over a high school in Japan. After first telling all the Mexicans (in English no less!) to get out of his school he continues to kick people from Saitama, Chiba, and Kanagawa out as well (all bordering prefectures to Tokyo with a somewhat uncool/ country-ish image). Strangely he says that Tochigi prefecture (also near Tokyo) is alright. He also notes some stereotypical images of people from Saitama and Chiba while kicking them out. Eventually the skit degenerates after he sings the new high school song ("produced by Donald Trump, featuring Donald Trump") before revealing that he is not Donald Trump and is actually a comedian from the duo Yuji Koji who are famously from Tochigi prefecture (hence the approval of Tochigi earlier). In general skits or other comedy focusing on politicians in Japan is rare on television. Perhaps it's easier though to target politicians from outside Japan without fear of repercussion. Catch the video here before it gets taken down.