Learn Japanese with Anime, click to learn more! Apparently a beard is not popular in Japan, sometimes not even a mustache. Have you ever wondered why the Japanese don't have or don't wear beards? Is it because many hairs are born? Or do they consider it unhygienic?
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Appearing professional in Japan: Beards and Tattoos
Why is facial hair in men shunned in Japan? - Quora
Japanese beard was considered as the sign of masculinity and power before the 17th century that it becomes integral for the warriors to grow the beard for a rebellious look, but after the 17th century or in the middle of it, growing facial hair becomes completely forbidden. The law was so impactful and the citizen followed it too seriously that even now, in the 21st century you will hardly observe a native, working Japanese growing a full beard. Why was that law introduced? To get all these answers, keep scrolling down.
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Japanese bureaucrats face up to the clean-cut look
What is considered fashionable and pretty common in western culture is viewed very differently in Japan. There is a noticeable stigma attached to these physical appearances which can make it hard for foreigners when looking for jobs, entering onsens, gyms, swimming pools etc. When my boyfriend and I decided to move to Japan, myself with tattoos and him fashioning a beard, we were a little apprehensive of the reception that we might receive from job interviews and the general public. I remember being very conscious of covering my arm with cardigans and long sleeved t-shirts when going out and he was very nervous about attending job interviews with a beard. Tattoos in Japan, for many years, have been associated with criminals and the Yakuza.
If you ever go to Japan, you'll come to realize that almost all men, especially salarymen, don't have mustaches or facial hair for that matter. Although shaving your mustache can sometimes cause trouble, having a mustache can be problematic in Japan. If you decided to go to work with a mustache your boss might not just give you a simple slap on the wrist, he might actually fire you. Sad, but true.