One Japanese aggregator website has since been awash with stories of how people have simply married lifelong friends.
Blood type personality theory takes these categories to a new, obsessively detailed psychologist Furukawa Takeji, who noticed differences in personality among groups of students while working in the administrative department of a women’s high school.
He subsequently proposed a relationship between personality and the A, B, O and AB blood types, though scientists were skeptical in Japan at the time, and remain so today, with most seeing no basis for a correlation between blood type and personality.
I can only only speak from a man’s point of view, but to me it seems many western men have a misconception about the dating culture here.
Many assume Japanese girls love American (western) men and it’s easy to date but this couldn’t be further from the truth.
Those couples that wait until marriage report the highest satisfaction and quality (Willoughby, Carroll, & Busby, 2014): This study found that the longer a couple waited while dating to become sexually involved, the better their relationship was after marriage. With many couples, the physical intimacy part develops slowly (Back to Japan, 2011; Larkin, 2005). This lends to the slow (in American eyes) development of the physical aspects of dating.
In fact, couples who waited until marriage to have sex compared to those who started having sex early in their relationship reported higher marital satisfaction, better communication patterns, less consideration of divorce, and better sexual quality. In the United States it is normal to express interest in a person through touch, kissing, hand holding, etc. However, the idea of This is a concept that outlines Japanese behavior in public.Others look to numerology, and the mystical connections between numbers and life events.Others take a more biological approach: dating by blood type.Its population of 127 million people is predicted to decrease to 87 million by 2060.The survey, carried out by the country's National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, also reported that about 80% of unmarried Japanese want to get married.The Western ideas of honesty and openness are seen as both attractive and problematic.