Question: How do the Japanese express love?

In Japanese, there are many ways to say, “I love you.” The translation you will find most often is “aishiteru” [愛してる]. In general, Japanese people hardly say it. Another expression to convey feelings of love is “suki” [好き], which also means “like.” “Suki” can be used to say you like football.

Do Japanese smile a lot?

Japanese people tend to shy away from overt displays of emotion, and rarely smile or frown with their mouths, Yuki explained, because the Japanese culture tends to emphasize conformity, humbleness and emotional suppression, traits that are thought to promote better relationships.

Which country smiles the most?

Positive Paraguay Paraguay, the little South American country with the chilled-out reputation, ranked highest worldwide for Positive Experiences, and has held this position since 2015. Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa, is also the country that smiles the most globally.

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