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Hi, Help? Are there anyone who has some sort of japanese background?
I am writing an assignment about Sakura and how she is portrayd as a woman.
Can anyone who know something about japaneese culture tell me how she is percieved by the japanseese?
I need to know if the japaneese think that she is a totally normal anime-figure or if she is something else? Maybe she is more percieved as more cool? Maybe she is percieved as boring and passive.
- She's not the most popular character, but she's certainly not unpopular. Her tsundere character type is one of the most common types for female characters in manga and anime, rivalling Hinata's Yamato Nadeshiko type. —ShounenSuki (talk | contribs | translations) 17:52, December 12, 2010 (UTC)
Wow thank you so mach, that's already something I can really use!
Do you find it weird or manly that she is so physically strong?
I find her very girly... but with one manly attribute - her physical strenght. I'm just wondering about the japaneese seeing her the same way?
- Her and Tsunade's strength is considered a humorous juxtaposition. Women generally have less physical strength than men and in a country as traditional as Japan, this is an especially strong believe. Both Tsunade and Sakura — although Sakura a little less — have been made out to be near-pinnacles of female beauty. Giving them extraordinary strength gives rise to a funny situation, nothing more. —ShounenSuki (talk | contribs | translations) 12:16, December 14, 2010 (UTC)