Dating and meeting the parent
And then, when you're ready to introduce your kids to that special someone you've been seeing for awhile, tell them.
Say, "I'd like you to meet him (or her.)" Then ask if that's okay and take it from there.
But more likely, they just don’t know any foreigners.
It’s not that they don’t like you; they just have no experience with foreigners and, like most Japanese people, they don’t know what to expect.
If, for example, you choose a partner they don’t like, it’s too bad for them. Women especially are still totally under the control of their parents until the old folks DIE!
This is a common question, and it's one that many single parents wrestle with.
While there is no right or wrong answer, you want to be certain that you've given your relationship a significant amount of time to grow and experience the natural fluctuations of ups and downs.
Ultimately, no matter how long you've dated, the bottom line is that you must do what you feel is right for your children.
As you should already know by now, the Japanese culture values highly the importance of family, community and the preservation of human interaction.
While meeting the parents is an important occasion in any family, it is even more so with Japanese girls.Meeting the parents is always tough, but you’ve got to be especially careful with a Japanese father.