8 Natural Ways to ask Japanese Girls on a Date in Disneyland

8 Natural Ways to ask Japanese Girls on date in Disneyland

If you don’t mind the weekend crowds and the long queues for popular rides, or even the over-priced, bland, pre-frozen fast food, Disneyland Japan can be a good place to take a Japanese girl on a date. IF you know how to ask her out! But how can a foreign man succeed at this and still seem natural?



 

8 Natural Ways to ask Japanese Girls on a Date in Disneyland!

 

1. Be Natural

Asking a girl on a date in Japan is not as fraught as you might imagine, as long as you act naturally. In fact, it’s not only expected, but to your advantage, to be the most casual and relaxed version of yourself you can muster. Certainly, nice girls will not take you seriously if you’re leering down her blouse when you ask her out, so make sincere eye contact and be respectful. And for the narcissists amongst you: you may have a body like Adonis and a diCaprio smile, but she will be more interested in what’s on the inside.

 

2. Show Disney-Desire

I’m not sure asking a girl on a Disney-date will seem all that natural to most foreign men, but you should at least give it a try. Your intended date may well have been to Disneyland Japan many times before, so telling her you’ve never been there, and how you’ve always wanted to go, could be a good preamble to asking her to go with you. She might even ask you out!

 

3. Be Inclusive

When you invite a Japanese girl on a date to Disneyland, she may ask if she can bring a friend, a sister, or some other third party too. I’d advise you to accept, unless it’s her boyfriend of course. For one thing, it will give her someone to chatter with when you’re queueing hours for the rides thus avoiding the fatigue that can occur when conversing across languages. Besides, if your date is going to progress into romance, the third party will hopefully bow out discretely at some stage.

 

4. Don’t be Public

Nobody likes to be put on the spot, least of all Japanese girls, so be circumspect about asking her out, especially around co-workers or the like, and never in front of other men! Of course, there can be opportunities to ask girls you meet at clubs, on the train, or even in the street, on dates, but it seems rather desperate; it does nothing for her reputation, or yours, and only serves to perpetuate the idea that all foreign men are predatory.

 

5. Don’t be Sneaky

I’m sure you can appreciate that not wishing to embarrass the girl or yourself in front of others is important, but cornering her near the office water dispenser, or following her into the stationary closet and locking the door behind you, is only going to panic her. Whatever you may have heard, sneaky behavior is not appreciated in Japan and it’ll serve you right if she makes a complaint of sexual harassment against you!

 

6. Don’t be Pushy

There are men who’ll tell you that when a Japanese girl says “No” she means maybe, and when she says “Maybe” she means yes, so one should always press the advantage. This is nonsense perpetuated by frustrated little men who’d probably struggle to find willing dates if they were the last men on Earth. Of course, if a girl turns you down because she’s busy, you may suggest another time, but if she still declines, it’s better to give up gracefully, especially if you want to avoid claims of sexual harassment!

 

7. Be Decisive

It might seem that this advice contradicts the above point, but what I’m saying is that you should have a plan in place before you ask the girl on a date, ie. when and where you should meet, and your mode of transport. Women and girls in Japan prefer to be taken places, not to have to lead you everywhere by the nose!

 

8. Don’t Presume

Keep your invitation to Disneyland simple and to the point; don’t suffix it with talk of a meal in the evening, drinking in Shibuya or, God forbid, a stay at a love hotel! Any or all of those things might actually come to pass, but it isn’t natural to assume that’s the case… unless you have an Adonis body and diCaprio smile, of course!

 

Conclusion

I’ve been irked by some of the comments I’ve seen on the internet that might lead you to think all Japanese girls are “gaijin groupies,” all foreign men are predatory, and that a date at Disneyland Japan is akin to foreplay. I assure you, these are all false perceptions. Japanese girls are as friendly and fun loving as girls everywhere, foreign men are no less respectful than Japanese men, and Disneyland is… well, Disneyland. It seems only natural that they go together.

 

8 Natural Ways to ask Japanese Girls on a Date in Disneyland!

1. Be Natural
2. Show Disney-Desire
3. Be Inclusive
4. Don’t be Public
5. Don’t be Sneaky
6. Don’t be Pushy
7. Be Decisive
8. Don’t Presume