No. What you should do is be realistic and self-aware. Look at where you are, look at what you're doing. Do you think anyone who>A) wants to work at that company while already living in Japan
and>B) wants to work at that company while also living abroad
is doing with themselves what you are doing with yourself?
If I had to guess, there are many skilled contenders that have already been turned down for an opportunity there. If I also had to guess, most if not all applicants had worked significantly hard and diligently to even build a portfolio worth anyone's serious consideration.
Do you come here often, anon? How does your portfolio look? What are you working on? What are you doing for yourself right now that will help you reach your goal?
All difficult questions, I know. I find that every good artist - any person who's good at what they do, really - often asks themselves difficult questions and is willing to put in the effort to answer them.>>3934788
The only excusable limit to your ability is if you were missing hands. Ability is boundless. Limit is only in time - time enough to do what you set out to do. If you are unsatisfied with where you are in terms of skill and find difficulty in improving then it is because you are not making a conscious effort to adapt.