Japanese women don’t like to wear their bikini tops, which have become a staple for the bikini-clad workforce.
Instead, Japanese women opt for loose-fitting clothes with more coverage.
It’s a decision that has been gaining popularity among younger Japanese, who prefer to keep the number of pieces they wear to a minimum.
According to the latest survey, nearly 90 percent of Japanese women who responded to the survey said they’d rather have a more comfortable body.
In contrast, only 18 percent of men said they wanted to wear the kind of clothing that Japanese women prefer.
But as we reported earlier this year, the trend of bikini-style wear has taken off in the past few years, with women increasingly turning to the garment in their everyday lives.
The Japanese are also starting to pay attention to their appearance more and more.
While the majority of Japanese men still prefer to wear suits, most women are embracing the trend.
The survey showed that Japanese men who have never worn a bikini suit are the most likely to say they would rather wear a skirt, skirt and high heels.
That means that, in the near future, many of these same Japanese men will be wearing more and larger skirts and high-heeled shoes.
This trend, coupled with the trend toward less-expensive high-end clothing, will have a huge impact on Japanese women’s wardrobe and personal style.