Dating and marriage in japan
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Most weddings are held either according to Shinto traditions or in chapels according to Christian marriage traditions.
Virgin or veteran, I feel for any Westerner or Easterner who dates or aspires to date inter-culturally this is worth a read. You might just understand the other half a little better after this.
I’m going to start out with a disclaimer: Every person- and consequently every situation- is different. I am going off of my experience and some discussions with my Japanese friends and friends who have lengthy experience with the culture.
Even when the public image is of the soft-spoken, generously giving wife, at home in private Japanese wives are hardly docile.
And working fathers who come home after midnight and leave before 7 the next morning may be too tired to develop any deep conversations with their families, but that's not to say that they share a mailing address and nothing else with their families.