Honne and Tatemae: human relationships in Japan 本音と建前

  • Published on : 09/12/2017
  • by : A.L.
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The two-faced Japanese

The dual concepts of honne and tatemae are very important in Japanese culture. It governs life in society, and is basically the idea of ​​what you are, and what you appear to be.

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