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I obsessed over my outfit, practiced my keigo, read lots of blog posts about how to meet your Japanese boyfriend’s parents, and made sure I looked “normal” and conservative. At this point, I just wanted to share my advice from the terrifying ordeal otherwise known as meeting your significant other’s parents. I’m not talking about the youngest generation of pre-teen girls, I talking about how “mature” youth or adults tend to dress in a conservative manner. I wish it wasn’t so; there have got to be some people out there who live in that high plane of existence, but the vast majority of us do, in fact, judge the book by its cover. The first time I meet someone, before heading anything about them, my brain is already spiraling all the way out of control making general assumptions about them based on their clothes, amount of make-up, and physical appearance – all while I’m silently screaming “Stop!
Nonetheless, the most important part of your appearance, the part you can actually alter very easily, is the clothes you wear. Your clothes are your first (and sometimes only) opportunity to say something about yourself.


Non-Japanese women don’t necessarily have a good reputation (several people assume because I’m white, young, and pretty – I’m “loose”); there are so many other places you can showcase your sexuality and attractiveness.
Bad clothes: Form fitting, showing off the chest area, short skirt, short shorts, short dresses, bare shoulders, flashy or gaudy colors, or otherwise “non-motherly” clothes. The moment to meet your boyfriend’s family has come and you don’t know what to wear for a good first impression?
Definitely play it safe, I think even with a lot of these looks they’re a bit too out there, but the words are on point, never exaggerate too much.
On that note, if you are in a serious relationship (or married!) I’d love to hear about the first time you met your significant other’s parents! I tend to think it is more difficult if you have an “atypical” relationship (interracial, same-sex). Depending on how long you’ve lived in Japan (or even if you’ve never been to Japan, and your boyfriend’s family lives abroad), you may have noticed that Japanese women tend to cover up – especially in the chest (if you’re a girl). If they’re introducing you to their parents AS their girlfriend (or boyfriend), they probably love you. You can dig your heels into the dirt and refuse to play by life’s rules, but the only one you’re going to hurt in the end is yourself. Now I live in the countryside near Tokyo with my husband, Ryosuke, where I draw comics, blog, and make videos about our daily life. We were down in New Orleans on our first vacation together and I decided on high waisted shorts and a GRAY fitted tee (note: it was the middle of July).


He remembers the event as a casual get together with his parents, where I remember being a complete wreck because we had just started dating and now I was already meeting his parents.
Needless to say, when I was getting ready to meet my boyfriend’s (now husband) parents, I was terrified of making a bad impression.
Gradually move up to skirts you like, but MAKE SURE there is no chance of you accidentally flashing one of his family members.
If you love to wear more casual looks, always try to add an item that will bestow a chic touch to your outfit. As we were walking to the French quarter- I’m drenched in sweat realizing I picked the worst color ever. You know, I don’t remember what I wore when I met my husband’s parents for the first time! After the third or fourth time, you can start sneaking in the heavily eyeliner or black chokers. And if you are a bit posh, remember to add something basic to your look…you wouldn’t want to give your mother-in-law a feeling of superiority! Years later my husband came to the realization that what he deemed a relaxed event with his parents was probably more nerve-wracking for me and apologized.



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