Sorry, my Japanese is very bad, I'm trying to learn it. My answer was for the English grammar. I see you mean in Japanese you don't speak that way, right? In English it isn't incorrect to express like "Is there anybody in there?" Yeah, I could have said "Aren't Japanese people open to talk to foreigners...?"
Sorry, I thought that you want to find language friends. And I thought the sentence you wrote was for it. When we want friends, we often say "友達になりませんか(negative)？" than ”友達になりますか(positive)?” But it is just a custom of saying way, it is not from negative thinking. I just thought that it is natural when you find some friends.
I try to do once more, "Are there Japanese people open to talk to foreigners and share culture, language and tastes?" You can say : 外国人とおしゃべりしたり、言語や趣味をシェアする日本人はいますか？ I think it is literally if possible.
But I am bad at English. I don't know the difference between "open to talk" and "talk" in this sentence.
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