ok. first of all. Hi, Japanese i am. how about a lesson from the sorce ey?
How come Japanese couples don't say "I love you" to each other as often as their Western counterparts?: good question. here, (Generally) relationships are not supposed to be treated like an experimental thing. they are serious. Marriage is even more serious than that, so, emotions are treated more delicately. un. and, our societal views on things are supposed to be (and generally are) homogenous, so doing things to stick out (dressing differently, acting differently showing different emotions openly is frowned upon) - here in Japan and over in Korea, saying/doing intimate things in public is very rude.
(Reckless) because they don't love each other,,, marriage in Japan is a burden and a duty. : No. no, and no. Marriage is not considered a burden, even for those in arranged marriages. our culture is more against remaining single. perhaps not provide your opinion as an answer.
SabrageMAR. Because English is difficult. They may say it in Japanese. : Very funny. and true. but, english is a required language in all schools. the english "I Love You" is used between friends to express a liking equivilant to the american "u rock." If you are older than high school and/or male, please don't say tho. (Su Ki (desu))すき（です）- i like you (is still love but not as intense, like 'love ya'. (Daisuki) 大好き-i love you
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