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After marriage, Japanese women often just stay at home and no longer work, not independent like Chinese women, and what more, they believe that if they still have to go out and work after getting married, they will be looked down upon by others.to combine her hobby of browsing Chinese internet forums with her goal of improving her English.Those who have experience dating Korean girls lament the chasm between the images put out through k-pop and the reality of dating in Korea, though.I find it really ironic that Korea has managed to create media that connects with and excites the masses in a way that living in Korea …just doesn’t.Your Japanese girl will HAPPILY cook, clean, wash and fold your clothes, do your dishes, and give you a back rub all at the same time! Kidding aside, they really want to please their man, a drive that’s getting rather uncommon around the world these days. These “submissive” chicks will put you to sleep with their caring so there’s a real danger that you’ll wake up 5 years later married with kids, sexless, and living with her parents! Many a Western man has married a Japanese girl only to find that all that caring shifted 100% towards the children and he was left to fulfill his role as a walking wallet. But believe me when I tell you that they are willing to learn.So, be aware that this is a possibility and keep a watch out. And like in all other areas of life, they are happy to “Ganbaru”, “try my best”, with all the enthusiasm of a little kid opening presents from Santa.Through her tireless translation of popular Chinese internet news and phenomenon, her English has apparently gotten dramatically better. Unfortunately, she's still not confident enough to have written this bio, about herself, by herself.Recently Korean girls are all the rage, and for good reason.
What’s more, because it’s totally normal and acceptable for singles to live at home, almost all of the money they make goes directly into their own pockets.Take for example them waiting for you at the door when you return home, helping hold your bag/briefcase and saying you’ve had a tough day.This is just Japan’s basic etiquette, there’s no real meaning/sincerity.(Many commenters felt that this post is dehumanizing to Japanese women, objectifies them and promotes a fetishization of Japanese women.To combat and mental and emotional trauma this post may produce I’ve also written, Asia Dating Experts encourages healthy debate of ideas and viewpoints on our site. If you chose to comment on anything we write then we only ask that you stick to basic rules of civility.