Typical female communication patterns in Western cultures — less confrontational and more collaborative — tend to be naturally closer to those of the Japanese. Members of the generation of women who got on the career track after the country implemented its equal opportunity employment law in and who have continued to stick it out in the corporate trenches, are now in their 50s and taking on senior roles. It is true that Japan is hardly a paradise for working women. Definitely make your points as needed, but be aware of your word choice and tone of voice so that you come off as calm and firm. Finally, if you do find yourself in a situation where you think you are not being treated well because of your gender, be careful not to jump to a hasty conclusion. Although you may have seen recent news stories about some companies in Japan requiring that female employees wear heels or not wear glasses, those stories are exceptions and likely not something you need to be concerned about. In short, I advised her to definitely attend that upcoming meeting.
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