And how do you interact with a nation of shy people who always seem to have their head down and nose buried in a book/iphone game?Fear not, scratch your head in bewilderment no longer – as myself, Grace (famous for her “My Japanese Husband Thinks I’m Crazy” story) and Martin of Asian Dating Monthly have put our heads together and distilled our combined two decades of Japanese dating experience to bring you these top tips, which will help you navigate the seas of romance in Japan.Japan punts itself as being a very “homogenous” country.The vast majority (upwards of 90%, I’d say) hardly have the opportunity to interact with non-Japanese unless they travel overseas.If you’ve been Japan for more than 5 seconds and had any interaction with the opposite sex here, you’ll no doubt have already experienced some “Lost in translation” style mishaps from smashing against the language barrier and cultural differences.
“Sue” connected with a man on Tinder, they had a couple emails, and then he started texting. I’m going to give you some straight scoop about what texting really means and doesn’t mean.Regardless of how big the wedding will be, you will still have the arduous task of making your invite list.And no matter how many people you plan on having, I guarantee you will have to make the tough decision of figuring out who to leave off—and then letting them know. Not your parents', not your friends', not your families', but your own. You have the long list of notes with facts and points you want to add, but you have to narrow the list down to the ones that will make the paper an A .Well, if you haven’t spoken to them in years, then your answer is right there.If you wouldn’t even consider sending them a holiday card--let alone an email--then you don’t owe them an explanation, let alone an invitation to your wedding.