Many married couples in Japan have very little sex as they were “busy’’ or “could not be bothered’’ with it, a survey has found. About 40% of married Japanese couples had sex less than once in a month, according to Kwong Wah Yit Poh. But this was an increase from the previous 32 percent in 2004.
The survey conducted in September on 1,306 people aged between 16 and 49 by the Japan Family Planning Association found that almost 25% of Japanese men between the ages of 20 and 24 disliked having sex, the Star online reported.
According to survey, 28.2% of men said they were not interested in sex as they were “tired from work” while 23.5% of women said they find sex “troublesome’’.