GM's website for GM Japan Careers
General Motors began doing business in Japan in 1915, when it introduced the Buick and Cadillac brands to local consumers. As the second largest vehicle market in Asia Pacific and the third largest market worldwide, Japan remains a key part of GM’s regional strategy.
GM’s operations in Japan are centered around General Motors Asia Pacific (Japan) Ltd. Located in Tokyo, it oversees support functions including finance, strategic planning, information systems and services, purchasing and logistics, human resources, corporate communications and corporate affairs. It also functions as GM’s national sales company in Japan and has responsibility for the sale and marketing of GM vehicles as well as after sales operations.
GM offers a comprehensive lineup of imported products from North America, Europe and Asia Pacific under the Chevrolet and Cadillac nameplates. GM sold 10,181 vehicles in Japan in 2009.
Corporate Office: GM JapanShinagawa Seaside East Tower, 8th Floor, 4-12-8 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-8687, Japan Phone: 81-3-6711-5600 Fax: 81-3-6711-5678.
So not only can you find plenty of Chevys in Japan, you can go get a job in Japan and work for GM selling to Japan. *eyeroll* Now I'd be the first to admit that the numbers are unbalanced as far as sales, the Japanese auto manufacturers account for something like 30-40% of sales in the US, (and remember that a heavy percentage of those cars are built right here using 'Mericun labor) but as far as I am concerned the fault lies with domestic manufacturers selling completely shit vehicles for decades and allowing it to happen (if not outright begging for it to happen) and the government allowing companies on both sides of the border to play games with revenue and paper games to avoid taxes.
Don't these assholes ever think of fact checking even after Donald "When was the last time you saw a Chevrolet in Tokyo?" Trump has been shown to be full of shit time after time after time ? There will always be an imbalance in the source of any commodity, it's the nature of trade, otherwise what would be the point. You don't have to sell more cars in Japan, you have to convince people in the US to stop buying imports and curb the paper games over where the taxable profits are actually made.
(Edit: added a bit )