Furthermore, Japanese women are definitely interested in relationships, however, they tend to be afraid of the longer commitments due to their future struggles created in contemporary Japan.Japanese women are very interested in dating foreign men and Vice versa.Moreover, Japan has tremendously developed throughout the years politically and socially.Even the Heisei Era itself has experienced social and political changes.If we look at the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare's figures for 20 (the most recent available), there were 236 cases where a British man married a Japanese woman in 2014, and 235 in 2015.
However, from an anthropological perspective, certain cultures tend to practice same rituals due to the culture transmission throughout the years, and even though an individual may have his/her particular characteristics, a community in many cases is fostered and developed to shape a shared mindset that may not always function exactly the same way but definitely in parallel.
The next time you're walking around in Tokyo, try this quick experiment: look for couples comprising a Western man and a Japanese woman, and count them. Now look for the opposite: Japanese men with Western women. If we look at official statistics for Japanese residents from Western countries (as of the 2016 census), men certainly outnumber women in Japan—by a ratio of almost 2-to-1 if we exclude short-term residents and diplomats (it's 3-to-2 if they're included).
We'll bet a dinner and beer that the first case will far outnumber the second. However, let's take a closer look the difference for a moment.
This gives us a ratio of just under 5-to-1 in favor of men.
For Americans, where the gender gap is 2-to-1 for long-term residence, the marriage gap is more than 5-to-1 in favor of men (1,088 to 201 marriages in 2014, and 1,127 to 199 in 2015).