Don’t get me wrong, I’m definitely attracted to Japanese guys!I think during my short time here, I would have loved to date a Japanese guy and see his country through his eyes. by one of my favorite Korea bloggers, Western Girl Eastern Boy.Most guys want a girl who is smaller than themselves so they can feel manly and protective, and as most Japanese guys are themselves quite slim, their girls have to get pretty tiny. And don’t be too forward with your flirting – keep it subtle. The advice Madame Riri puts forward is to pull rather than push him towards you.
Some people think that foreign girls simply aren’t into Japanese guys, but when Japanese site Madame Riri checked out some English-language websites and forums, they found that there were plenty of girls out there who were interested in Japanese men, they just didn’t know how to go about bagging one. Beautiful skin Japanese guys will immediately notice the quality of your skin.On the forums of a Japanese culture site aimed at foreigners there were plenty of threads with titles such as “Are Japanese guys not interested in white girls? ” These girls were all wanting to discuss how to make themselves appealing to Japanese men, and thankfully they were treated to a handful of great tips for how to do just that from one especially worldly-wise love expert. Clear, white skin is the essence of beauty in Japan; if you’ve ever been to a beauty counter in Japan you’ll have seen the amount of potions and lotions promising whiter, brighter skin. According to one girl’s analysis, white skin is associated with purity, innocence and youth. Here’s just a few adjectives that Madame Riri takes careful note of: “gracious, respectful, modest, slightly demure, innocent, friendly, approachable, sensitive.” Apparently the most important attribute, however, is shyness.As there is great importance attached to a woman’s youth, or at least appearance of youth, if you want to bag yourself a Japanese man then you first need to get that “perfect” skin. Acting shy will make you seem “cute”, and being a “cute girl” is what many Japanese girls strive to be.In Japan, no matter how good your Japanese is, how many Japanese friends you have, or how well you speak the language, you will always be the foreigner.There’s a teacher at my school who is half Belgian and half Okinawan. They have their own rules, social cues, and expectations. I’m not an expert, but I think almost three years of observation has me qualified to know some things.