I’m not saying he should adapt himself completely; it’s ultimately his choice.
He might just not be compatible with the majority of Japanese girls.
On my last page, I told him that it’s his story now and that there are still many white pages that can be filled.’ It might be obvious to many people but doing all this to a guy who is not interested (and possibly not used to dealing with girls) is not only ineffective but also counterproductive. If he was experienced in dating, he could have said something like, ‘I know that you are interested in me but I just don’t see you that way.
I appreciate that you are making an effort but I don’t think it’s going to work. ’ But there’s only so much you can expect from a Japanese computer science major boy. ‘Over three weeks later that he completely ignored the whole thing’, she writes. ‘All of my friends told me that this is just such a wonderful present that he has to fall in love with me’, she writes.
‘In Germany I never been single for longer than a few months, I had never had problems about dating a guy.
I’ve been living here since 6 months now and I didn’t have a serious date yet.
Every page had about 2 or 3 sentences in English and Japanese and a drawing.
My personal experience also tells me that dating in Japan is completely feasible and a lot of my friends seem to be doing OK with dating here.She seems to be clueless in situations where her charisma doesn’t work as expected.‘I fell in love with one Japanese boy in my research team.Because it was his birthday I decided to go for a final attack and made a personal present for him.’ Her strategy was ‘push, push and push’, which was obviously not working. ‘I bought an empty book and filled it with the story of my love for him.How I fell in love with him and about all the things I like about him.He might be right, but the word ‘childish’ makes me think that his culture might have a different concept of maturity.