“There are some women who, almost as though the man were a fashion accessory of sorts, love the thought of walking down the street on the arm of a foreign man.” Does anyone else suddenly feel like one of Paris Hilton’s dogs…? Foreign men have “alluring physical features” Madame Riri suggests that a combination of physical features, from light-coloured hair and eyes to a comparatively tall, solid physique, make foreigners a big hit with Japanese women.Foreigners from European and American countries tend to have more defined facial features when compared to Asian men, which, according to our guide, are both striking and “charming”, apparently. “Their audacity” It would seem that a lot of Japanese ladies are fans of the whole “western confidence” thing…In recent weeks, people have posted stories to the aggregator website Matome Naver, telling how in one case, a colleague married their friend of 10 years.The trend has been coined “Kousai zero Nichikon”: roughly translated as “marrying without dating”.Let’s be honest; there are a lot of distinctly average-looking foreign guys living in Japan dating jaw-droppingly beautiful Japanese girls. But no matter how much we remind ourselves that it’s what’s on the inside that counts, there’s no denying the fact that human beings, flawed as we are, make a lot of decisions based on appearances. Rather than ask my wife (a native Japanese lady and, yes, far too pretty for me) and risk alerting her to the fact that she might have done better, I took my question to a higher power- the internet.We’ve all witnessed it- a woman who could play the female lead in the next movie, walking down the street with a guy who, if we searched for him in the same movie’s end credits, would more likely appear as something along the lines of “man in post office # 3”. And when Johnny Average gets to date Princess Zelda (I’m a nerd, remember? After a little bit of poking around, I came upon an incredibly interesting article on Madame Riri, a Japanese-run website that analyses all-things-Japan from an outside perspective, titled “7 Reasons Why Foreign Men in Japan are Such a Hit with the Ladies”.
These non-verbal cues are not obvious to everybody. The problems here are the differences in expectation and the dishonesty. Do Japanese women date Indian and other South Asian guys? The easiest way to confirm this is to visit Indian restaurants in Japan.
For example, France and Japan’s results shattered traditional cultural stereotypes, showing that singles from both countries have surprisingly similar views on dating. Australia and Japan came in last place at 47 percent, showing singles in these two countries focus on quality over quantity in dating. A majority of French singles prefer to wait until they’re in an exclusive relationship before having their first kiss (52 percent). The French prefer to keep post-date details private, while U. singles bare it all: France wins the gold for being the least likely to kiss and tell, with 35 percent of respondents not sharing details of their dates with their friends, closely followed by Japan at 30 percent.
Here are some of the highlights from Match.com’s survey: U. singles win the gold for going on the most dates, with 76 percent reporting they have gone on two or more dates in the last year, followed by Canada (70 percent) and the U.
Findings based on over 3,000 dating singles from the United States, France, United Kingdom, Australia, Japan and Canada. Australia wins for most public display of affection-friendly nation: Examining singles’ tolerance of PDAs, the survey showed that a majority of singles in all six countries felt that tasteful PDA (such as hand-holding) was tolerable.
Inspired by this year’s upcoming Olympic Games, conducted its own international challenge to examine how singulars from different cultures match up — or differ — in the game of love. ladies all lagging behind in second place at 4 percent. French women take this spot, with 27 percent of respondents saying they would never pick up the check while on a date, followed by Australia (20 percent) and the U. Aussie singles were the most open to exploring higher levels of PDA, with 22 percent of those surveyed saying the more affection, the better! Japanese singles were top believers in the phenomenon, with 82 percent affirming its existence vs. K, where a lesser 58 percent (though still a majority) of singles shared this belief.