1. Japanese culture celebrates homosexuality
Nowadays, characters with homosexual relationships are more and more popular in anime, and artists are reluctant to portray some of the fan service hot scenes between these characters. In fact, Japanese society is not as open and welcoming to homosexuals as we think, and many homosexuals still decide to marry another person to avoid social criticism and scrutiny. In the past few years, a number of authorities in the Government of Japan have officially declared their support for the LGBTQ community, but that is still not the majority and it is not easy to change social stereotypes so quickly.
2. Japanese students dress in colors and dazzling hairstyles
In the world of anime, audiences can see all kinds of school-age male and female characters with unique dress styles, colors and especially very special hairstyles, regardless of color scheme. have. In real life, the school rules in Japan are very strict, including the way students’ hairstyles and hair dyes are involved. Even in some cases there is a penalty of a different natural hair color, for example students with a natural hair color that is too light brown or reddish will be asked to dye it black.
3. Japanese girls wear erotic school uniforms
One thing in common with most anime with female schoolgirls these days is this: the uniform skirt is always very, very short. No matter how discreet the upper part of the outfit is, the dress alone should be so short, and so short that a gentle breeze, a sneeze or a slight bend is enough to reveal. underwear. Actually, Japanese school uniform dresses are knee-length or just a little higher than the pillow. Of course some erotic girls can fold their skirts up, but doing so is a violation of school rules, and will be punished. To avoid trouble, many female students usually have two dresses, one that is the correct way to go to school and one that is much shorter, similar to the one in the anime to wear outside of school.
4. Most teenagers in Japan live independently
Another common element of Japanese anime is that most young teenagers live on their own, even though their parents are still alive and this is not the same as real life. It’s very common for families in Japan to live a very orderly, introverted lifestyle and for generations living under one roof is very common. This means that if parents have to travel far away from home, each family will still have grandparents or grandparents looking after the house, not just underage children.
5. Students from a wealthy family drive to school in their own car
In the anime, students from the rich or extremely famous often come with the image of a person carrying a shuttle each time they go to school. In real society, many schools in Japan prohibit parents from taking their children to school by private car. Some schools also prohibit students from riding cars to school by themselves and there is no such thing as a parking space on the grounds. Therefore, the usual mode of transportation for a student is walking, cycling or using public transport such as buses, trains.
6. The princess maidens can perform all kinds of spiritual rituals
The “miko” (miko) are always depicted in the anime with the ability to exorcise evil spirits, summon demons, and perform all kinds of magical rituals. The fact that a miko seemed never to have to shoulder so many supernatural obligations in real life. They are mainly responsible for preserving and preserving the temples and performing some ritual dances only. Jobs like minus me are usually reserved for monks.
7. The butler wears the French maid’s uniform for daily service
There are countless housekeepers and servants that exist in the anime world who possess adorable and sometimes sexy maid outfits when doing their daily jobs. In fact, this is just a very popular form of “fetish” in Japan, and that makes more and more maid cafes spring up to serve the needs of a large number of fans.