Certain blood types are more favourable and some of my friends have even lied to employers about their blood type to try and secure the job.
My blood type is AB, which is the least common in Japan and we are the most discriminated against in Japan.
These blood types, which are common in the Taiwanese and Ainu minorities in Japan, were used to label them “violent and cruel” or “backward,” respectively.
I wish more studies on this subject will be done and hopefully the reputation of Blood Type AB will improve in the future!Używamy plików cookie, aby pomóc w personalizacji treści, dostosowywać i analizować reklamy oraz zapewnić bezpieczne korzystanie z serwisu.A, B, O, or AB (positive or negative), and indicate whether one person can tolerate the blood transfusion of another.Blood type personality theory takes these categories to a new, obsessively detailed psychologist Furukawa Takeji, who noticed differences in personality among groups of students while working in the administrative department of a women’s high school.Are they worried that you might need a blood transfusion? It is because many of them believe that blood type determines your personality.
Growing up in Japan, I had never questioned the theory of blood type because everyone including teachers, parents, friends and even potential employers have asked my blood type.
We are odd, eccentric, unpredictable and we are not worried what other people think of us.
I don’t remember how many times my classmates asked my blood type and many of them said to me: “I can see that you are AB.” It may be a surprise to many westerners but many dating agencies in Japan encourage subscribers to list their blood type on their online profiles.
Soon, the relation between blood type and human traits was as much a part of Japanese new-age culture as astrology books are elsewhere in the world.
dives into the trouble a bad blood type match can bring; the girlfriend of the movie couple, who has type A blood, has to cope with the selfish side of her type B boyfriend, which leads to an emotional roller coaster.
He subsequently proposed a relationship between personality and the A, B, O and AB blood types, though scientists were skeptical in Japan at the time, and remain so today, with most seeing no basis for a correlation between blood type and personality.