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This article is mostly for the benefit of Western readers.

However, I feel it can also help Japanese readers who would like to better understand the Western perspective of Japanese dating.

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If you can, you may break off from the group as to only talk with each other. After several outings like this, say five or six, you may ask to do something just the two of you. After spending time together outside of the group for a while, also probably five or six times, one person will confess their love for the other.

This is called “kokuhaku,” and is in most cases done by the man.

In Western dating one would only tell someone “I love you” after being boyfriend and girlfriend for a good amount of time.

One says those words only with someone they feel they want to spend the rest of their lives with.

I’m going to start out with a disclaimer: Every person- and consequently every situation- is different. I am going off of my experience and some discussions with my Japanese friends and friends who have lengthy experience with the culture.

I’m sure people can find exceptions to what I am putting forth as general rules. Additionally, I am a man, so all of my understanding comes from the perspective of a man.

I would love more input from the experiences of others.

I would especially love to hear back from my Japanese friends with their thoughts and perspectives on the topic. Any more I can learn will only serve myself and others better. Japan, and as I understand it most of Asia, has a very different dating culture than that of the West.

I’ve included my thoughts as a Westerner on Japanese dating culture for that reason.

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