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Master is a title for an underage male. If a person is under 18, master would be used. Once a person turns 18 and enters adulthood, mister would be used. Where a title is necessary, mister is more likely to appear for both children and adults.
For men 18 and over, use “Mr.” For boys under the age of 18, no title needed. According to Amy Vanderbilt’ The Book of Etiquette, in certain geographic regions, Master is used for for boy under the age of 8 and only in formal invitations.
Technically, it’s not appropriate to use a person’s first name, without permission. The right thing to do is use an honorific (Mr., Ms., Mrs., Dr. …) until the person says, “Please call me (first name).”
Mr. is a title used before a surname or full name of a male, whether he is married or not.
Unlike many western cultures, in Japan people generally don’t call one-another by their first name. Doing so can be a mark of disrespect, unless you’re very close to the other person and in the right sort of casual environment, so you’ve read. Mental note then: first names are best avoided.
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