According to Japanese tradition, you can learn a lot about your health and personality simply by knowing your blood type. There’s also scientific evidence that confirms this.
The four different blood types – A, B, AB and O, essentially differ in their antigens, i.e. the immune defense systems. It was in 1930 that Tokeji Furukawa, a Japanese professor, first linked the individual blood types to the personalities of those who had them.
Since then, blood types have become so interwoven in Japanese culture that today you can regularly come across blood type horoscopes as well as books that closely examine the connection between blood types and personality.
On the other hand, there’s been mounting scientific evidence suggesting that blood types can reveal patterns of personal health. In fact, scientists have been establishing links between blood types and illness since the 1950s.
Knowing how your blood type can determine both your health and personality is a