In Japan, a person’s blood type or ketsu eki gata is a popularly used to determine a person’s temperament, much the way Americans use astrological signs.The difference is that the Japanese take blood types very seriously.Others look to numerology, and the mystical connections between numbers and life events.Others take a more biological approach: dating by blood type.
anything you might see in a late 80’s rom-com, really.
The Woman beautifully feels that sexuality this important part of their relations.
And if it will be able to show persistence and patience, that will is verily complacent.
Manufacturers even market a wide variety of blood-type specific products, including calendars, chewing gum, colas, and condoms.
The obsession with blood types began in 1927, when a psychology professor by the name of Furukawa Takeji who work as a high school administrator began observing the the differences in temperament of the students who applied to his school.
the BBC in 2012 that the phenomenon opened the door to what’s known as bura-hara, or blood type discrimination in Japan: the minority blood type groups, AB and B, can be looked over for certain job opportunities and projects in the workplace, or are assumed to have negative qualities.