To top it all, Japanese culture makes a clear distinction between a childless woman and a mother.
Mothers are not seen by their husbands as sexually desirable anymore.
Would you like to know some Japanese dating customs?
The culture of Japan is quite interesting and attracts travelers from all over the world, thus a marriage to a foreigner is always a possibility.
It can be recalled that once, in the history of Japan, it closed the country from foreign visitors to ban the rapid changes that are eating Asia due to globalization.
When dating someone you genuinely like, not let your first kiss be a french kiss and certainly do not french kiss in public. French kisses aren't even shown on regular TV, Japanese call it a "porno kiss" because that is the only place they see couples doing such kisses and lets just say, sex immediately follows!
This is what I learned as far as do's and don't: 1.
Once a child is born the mother becomes like a relative, not a sexual partner anymore.
(This may explain why so many families only have one child).However, as hard as they try, some parts of a certain tradition or custom can be modified, sometimes to a large degree that one might consider the tradition to be already lost.Some are still valued, kept and managed to survive and clings to the values of the people.Understanding these can give you the edge towards a very agreeable romantic relationship.Like most people from every nation around the world, the people who love their roots would like to keep the customs and traditions that their ancestors have passed onto them so that the next generation will keep them too and pass to the generation, and so on.A jerk is a jerk and a player is a player no matter what culture they are from. "I love you" in English really means "I like you/ am interested in you." or "you are cute" or even "lets be friends." Don't take it too seriously.