Although I’ve previously spoken positively of Japanese women, as red pill men, we see the world as it is and not how it should be. Therefore, this article will discuss a few reasons why walking down the aisle with a Japanese woman in tow may not be the best course of action.
To understand why you shouldn’t, it’s first helpful to know that in Japan you have access to an assortment of martial arts. From weaponless combat of karate and judo, to other arts that practice with swords and spears, Japan has more than enough in terms of combat sports. While budo (武道) is not a main staple of contemporary culture, you can find what you’re looking for in terms of martial development.
One of the arts that I’ve always been interested in studying was kyokushin (極真) karate , which is a full contact style that allows almost everything except punches to the head. In the particular flavor of kyokushin I’m studying, they emphasize a concept called tai sabaki (体さばき) which roughly describes the ability to step away from the striking area to put yourself in a better position.
While sometimes it’s necessary to stand toe-to-toe with an opponent and keep striking until one gives out, seeing the trouble ahead of time and avoiding the onslaught teaches you to fight smarter, not harder. The same applies to getting married in Japan.
Now before you click away from this article, rest assured that this will not be the usual diatribe regarding the lack of language ability (i.e. go to any Japanese language learning forum and read about how “hard” it is). The point being illustrated here is that while you can learn the language, it may take you some extra ...
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