And working fathers who come home after midnight and leave before 7 the next morning may be too tired to develop any deep conversations with their families, but that's not to say that they share a mailing address and nothing else with their families.

Many Japanese spouses are wonderfully generous, completely disinterested, nurturing, or workaholics; others aren't.

Prior to this time of peace, many Japanese felt that becoming a soldier was the only approach to becoming manly.

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But the one answer that came back over and over was that they felt they could never love their spouse if they didn't first respect them.

I suppose there's a bit of that in American marriages, too, but it's been my experience that all people (Japanese and non-Japanese alike) go through better and worse times in their lives, and it's much easier to respect them when they're doing well than when things aren't going so well.

When I was teaching conversation classes all day (or all evening), one of my favorite homework assignments to give out was the question, "Would you rather hear your spouse say, 'I love you' or 'I respect you'?

" My students would chew on this idea for a week and come back with some amazing responses.

Sōshoku-kei danshi (Herbivore Men) was a movie released in 2010 in which one of the main characters displays herbivore tendencies.

Throughout the movie, he struggles to understand sexual situations, such as a woman inviting him to sleep with her.

-I do not mind someone who has kids or someone who is same situation as me, single, no kids. I am kind of a quiet person , I always travel so I like to stay at home sometime.

This question originally appeared on Quora, the best answer to any question. This is a very interesting question, and I'm glad to have a chance to offer my ideas.

-Long term relationship, partner -Looking for someone who is "honest", "Not liar" -I live in near Tokyo.

You can visit Japan or have a second home in Japan. Yoga, Spiritual stuff and I try to be better person all the time.

To live in Australia is my dream and finally I am here! To move here was a big decision for my age but nothing too late!