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    Question Marriage life in Japan

    I have ever wondered how are the married couples in Japan?
    Is it like the woman follows everythig the man says or does she have a voice in the decisions of the house? Do they are allowed to work and provide for the family or "the woman suppose to be in the house"? Does she have to serve her husband by a command or does she serve him because she feels it?
    I would like to know...
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    Re: Marriage life on Japan

    id image its the same as here .

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    Re: Marriage life on Japan

    Well I don't think that 'cos we're talking about a different culture
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    Re: Marriage life on Japan

    well i think its about the same too i thought they practicy got rid of the sexest stuff like the womans job is only to be a house keeper and make babys. i thought mosat of it was over ??? but im not sure cos like im some some girls dont even get to go to school but in japan i thinks its just like here

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    Re: Marriage life on Japan

    ...Its the same as any other Western country. Japan is a very westernized country.

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    Re: Marriage life on Japan

    Quote Originally Posted by lebasiara View Post
    I have ever wondered how are the married couples in Japan?
    Is it like the woman follows everythig the man says or does she have a voice in the decisions of the house? Do they are allowed to work and provide for the family or "the woman suppose to be in the house"? Does she have to serve her husband by a command or does she serve him because she feels it?
    I would like to know...
    Japan is pretty... modern, you know. I'd go as far as to say that compared to women in other countries, Japanese women (in a family) have bigger says. Not that they overrule their husbands, but it's more of a 50-50 thing in decision-making, as opposed to in some places where the husband kicks up a ruckus if he doesn't get things to go his way. And I'm going by experience here. That said, there are, of course, households with more authoritarian views... it's pretty much like it is elsewhere.

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    Re: Marriage life on Japan

    I think they are like any other couple around the world. Except for some of the countries in the middle east. At least they are not like China. Where they have to be careful at the kids that they make [have].

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    Re: Marriage life on Japan

    Be careful of the kids? As in, be wary of what their kids may do??? o.O;;

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