Comic: Why Ryosuke and I never go out. Anywhere.

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Ryosuke has never been much of a party-er. I think the ONLY party (like American styled dance party) he went to was before we were dating, when he was trying to impress me.

Kind of like I used to go to the gym with him before we were dating because I wanted him to think I was cool (and he looked really hot lifting weights). Once we started dating, I stopped going to the gym and he stopped going clubbing.

Every once and a while I will go running or do sit-ups with him. And he will turn the lights down low and slow dance with me in the kitchen. We have our days.


If you want to read more comics, check out my comic books (on Amazon):

My Japanese Husband Thinks I’m Crazy: The Comic Book


My Japanese Husband (still) Thinks I’m Crazy

About Grace Buchele Mineta

I got into the writing business by accident. Now I live in the countryside near Tokyo with my husband, Ryosuke, where I draw comics, blog, and make videos about our daily life. Contact: Website | More Posts

4 Comments on Comic: Why Ryosuke and I never go out. Anywhere.

  1. man, I so KNOW that feeling XD my boyfriend doesnt wanna dance eigther TToTT I always imagined all the things I would do once I had a boyfriend, like in all the romantic movies, but, I guess you cant have everything…

    • Right? Bars, clubs, theaters, etc are all out. Rom Coms lied to me.

      On the bright side, we have a great time hiking, shopping, and doing sports together, so I did sort of get what was “promised”

  2. I really love your comics. Makes me want to do my own!

    I wondered if you have any views on my latest blog post and if you agree with some of the things written there. It’s about a TV show I recently watched about Japanese men and you are the only Japanese expert I know! :)

    • Thanks! You should totally try drawing your own comics! I’m sure you would be GREAT at it~

      I read your blog post yesterday is is VERY interesting. I’m going to type a much longer message later (on the post itself), but I pretty much agree with all the points the TV show – and you – made.

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