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Of course, there are stunners here and there, but the variance has been lower than in major American cities (e.g., New York, Chicago or San Francisco).In America, it’s very common for a very cute girl to really stand out.While here in Europe, it’s very rare that I see an absolute knockout walking around (relatively to other women).On a typical afternoon, while riding the subway in New York, one would see all kinds of different women: there would be a average-looking girl; a goth girl wearing all black with dyed black hair; a chubby girl wearing an oversized college sweatshirt; a punk girl sporting converses and holding a skateboard; and maybe some cute girl with a perfect body and beautiful face that every guy in the metro would be salivating and checking out.It was around three years ago that I boarded a plane to Iceland and began a quick tour of the continent, visiting 20 countries over the summer.Afterwards, I slowed down my travel pace and began living months at a time in various cities.Unlike Japan, California is a true melting pot of cultures but since I had so little dating experience back home, I was nervous about getting into the dating scene in America.Mostly because I had no idea how the American dating culture worked.
On the other hand I like that American men are more chivalrous than Japanese men and will do things like pay for dates and hold the door open for me. Has your dating experience in Japan been different than in your home country?I was young and naïve so it was a little scary in the beginning and I soon discovered the dating process in America is quite different from the one in Japan.In this article, I want to talk about a few major differences I saw between Japanese and American dating cultures.Anyways, these are the things that I have learned from dating men in America and these are very uniquely different experiences. Quite frankly I don’t think either of them is very effective.The thing that I like about typical Japanese dating custom is that “kokuhaku” (confession) makes the start of relationships more simplified.
Among Japanese teenagers the most basic way of starting to date someone is by giving them a “kokuhaku” or love confession.