Identity is an ongoing search of an individual who is always battling between two or more identities that he or she carries with it. Individual identity is primarily being attached to the religious and traditional cultural values into which the person is born. The other one is the conflict identity which is being developed as the person grows old and manages to acquire to fulfil the inherent desires that takes refuge inside of him. Masculinity is being attached to men in general and the very definition of masculinity attaches some importance of strength, vigour, dominance over women and children, etc. These definitions are then ingrained in the masculine approach which is being adopted by men and they become so while growing up. Whereas feminism is a mild, sober and obedient personality trait which is being attached to women in general who are different from men in general in their conduct and way of life. Most countries have different roles for both the gender, but majority of them including Japan has masculine as a dominant factor who oversees and influences most or all activities of feminism including how women think and act. Thus, there is a big conflict between the definitions of the two identities and more often than not, it is a question on the person’s part about identifying his or her real identity. This paper acknowledges the different identities of masculinity and feminism focussed on Japan and presents the conflict in thinking between the two, the need that arises inside a person to seek one’s identity, and how do they relate to each other in times when they are not the other or opposite.