Nah, i find FF characters or Sasuke types cringy too.
In fact the issue I've had with the use of similar euro type features on characters of color bothered me even as a kid, and i'm not even talking about what my family had to say about the so called "black" or "arab" or any other characters. The japanese ones too, but since they're the ones making content, I won't talk on their behalf.
Anyway. Show this type of character to an african family, tell its a black character, and look at them laugh.
It's not a big issue, it's not specifically black, and it's nothing big, just a bit cringey. and most of it is just due to the visual language that's kind of lacking for mainstream stuff, but plenty of japanese authors have great diversity in their faces and such.
Where I tend to show be more serious is with people of color themselves doing this, because they often don't realize it.
If you do it consciously it's fine, but often it's them subconsciously taking part in some form of homogenous representation of themselves, and it's actually kinda harmful over time.