Parenting is a tough task. There are a lot of ups and downs, some rewarding moments and of course, every parent has a story about “how they goofed up”. It’s also a time when you learn and observe from the ones around you, including your parents because all anyone wants is to raise a happy, healthy and intelligent child.
However, if there is one particular community everyone around the world looks at for inspiration, it is Japan.
Japanese children, no matter what age have a certain mannerism to themselves which sets them apart. In fact, it is almost rare to see a Japanese kid cry in the public! There is also a huge difference in the way Japanese parent their little ones versus how people do it anywhere else.
Here are five things Japanese do differently when it comes to raising their offspring: