What Japanese women aren’t getting from Japanese men
Recently I’ve heard a lot of people talking about how some Japanese women prefer American or white men over Japanese men. After doing a little research, I couldn’t help but wonderâ€¦why aren’t Japanese men stepping up to the plate and giving Japanese women what they really want? For you Japanese men out there that don’t have a clue, here are a few clues.
All work, no play:
Japanese men work too much. Women want their men to spend time with them, not their job. While a good hard-working man is great, so is balance. To lead a productive and happy life you need to balance work and play. Now “play” does not mean only spending time with your guy friends or the people you work with, it means spending time with your woman and your family.
Three little words (“I love you”):
Why do Japanese men have such a hard time telling their lady, “I love you?”Â These three little words can mean everything to the woman you love. Yes, little gestures of love are greatly appreciated, but sometimes a woman just wants to hear her man tell her in real words out loud that they love them.
Two more little words (“I’m sorry”):
When an American man does something wrong or loses his temper or otherwise disappoints the woman in his life, he is expected to say “I’m sorry.” Apologizing does not make him less of a man or weak. In fact, in the eyes of a woman, a man who can say “I’m sorry” is even more of a man because he knows how to admit his mistakes and take responsibility for them.Â Pride is a good thing to have, but not when it causes problems in your relationship with a woman. So man up and apologize when you are wrong. Saying “I’m sorry” will not kill you â€“ it will help you, and it will help to keep your woman happy.
Know what women want:
Every man needs to realize that his needs are different from a woman’s needs. As a man, you should take the time and make the effort to learn what makes your woman happy. Just because you got a woman to be your girlfriend, or even marry you, does not mean can stop making the effort to meet her needs.Â In fact, if you want your woman to stay with you, meeting her needs becomes more important than ever, or else she will start looking elsewhere for a man who can do the job.
Don’t be “too” polite:
While politeness is a big part of social culture, especially in Japan, sometimes it’s possible for a man to be too polite. American men are usually more assertive than Japanese men; they tend to take more chances and gain bigger rewards. Sometimes politeness in a man can be mistaken for weakness. If a man is “too” polite, he might come across as overly deferential, indecisive, ineffectual, or lacking in passion and commitment. It is great to have good manners, but not when it costs you what you really want. Japanese women apparently like foreign men because they are more assertive, take more risks, and go after what they want. Most men would not think twice about taking a risk or being more assertive in their business dealings, so why when it comes to women do you turn all polite and shy?Â Take the risk â€“ if there’s a woman you want to ask out on a date, do it. If you’re in a relationship but you’re not getting what you need from your woman, make it clear that you have needs and that you want her to help fulfill them. Being assertive and taking risks isn’t always easy, but it can lead to big rewards for you in the long run. Have you had to adjust your personal style since you started dating a Japanese woman? If you’re a foreigner in Japan, have you found that your personality is more or less aggressive than when you lived in your home country? What are some other reasons why Japanese women might prefer to be with a foreign man? So how do this tip helps you on dating Japanese Girls?
There is a Japanese woman where I work. The other gals asked me to show them my ample belly, you know?
After I did, they laughed heartily, except for the Japanese broad. She was really offended. Why would that be?
That’s disgusting! Why didn’t you also piss in her coffee while you were at it?
It has nothing to do with the fact that she’s Japanese; anyone could be offended by that.
BTW what does “ample belly” mean, anyway? Do you mean you’re pregnant?