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PPMJ, 4 Oktober 2012 By: Nadya Inda Syartanti

Materi Pembahasan
Kanji Arti dalam B. Jepang dan B.

Inggris Definisi Contoh Kesimpulan

Honne & Tatemae





Dalam B. Jepang dan B. Inggris


Honne True sounds

True feelings
True desires/opinion/ thought


Tatemae Front building (faade) Course/Frame/Policy/ Principle Framework of the house

Honne & Tatemae

Honne These may be contrary to what is expected by society or what is required according to one's position and circumstances, and they are often kept hidden, except with one's closest friends.

It is not something one is encouraged

to show in public, especially during business dealings. It is something a Japanese shows only to his closest friends (or sometimes when very drunk).

Literally "faade," is the behavior and

opinions one displays in public. Tatemae is what is expected by society and required according to one's position and circumstances.

They may have a specific role due to their

social status or position in the specific group (such as corporation or company). They behave as they are expected to behave in the specific situation, regardless of their personal opinions about the matter.

Tatemae is the face that a

Japanese person shows in public. Core of tatemae is politeness to avoid confrontation that may or may not match one's honne.

Tatemae is displayed when the

words and the true intentions of somebody dont really match completely. To the westerner, this may sound dishonest.

Honne & Tatemae

Meskipun ada jawaban ya dan tidak sebagai tanda untuk memberikan hal yang sama atau tidak terhadap pendapat orang lain, namun orang Jepang tidak memikirkan pendapatnya sendiri itu benar atau salah.

Seperti contoh berikut ini: Contoh Honne-Tatemae.doc

Nomikai, where work colleagues gather to

chat, eat and drink in an ikazaya (traditional Japanese bar). On those occasions you are supposed to show your Honne, talk about your work problems, family problems, etc; so that your colleagues can help you and give their advice.

Nomikai are also the moment to

complain about your boss or about the asshole of some other department. Lets say that alcohol plays an important role when evolving from your Tatemae to your Honne mode.

In Japan, it is very important to maintain

harmony, thus most of the time the true feelings and thoughts (Honne) are usually not expressed in a direct way in order to not hurt the feelings of others. We could say that the Tatemae is used as a lubricant in the relations between people.

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