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Like mentioned before I’ve talked to a lot of interesting people that way.
Some of them live in Japan, some of them here in Germany. So, I can totally see how one would find a partner through such a dating site. *g* I guess through this experience my image of dating sites also has changed a bit.
For me personally, Japan Cupid worked better as I had the feeling there were a lot more people fitting my “partner profile”.
Worldfriends is definitely also a great option, especially because you can get to know people who’re not (only) interested in dating, but in cultural exchange, language partners, travel experience exchange etc. Have you tried any of the ones I’ve mentioned here? Please feel free to share your experience in the comment box below.
That’s also the reason why I always hesitated to use one.
I’ve known about “Japan Cupid” for many years, but being the paranoid girl I am, I was too afraid to use it while I still lived in Japan. It is similar to “worldfriends”, but the main focus is clearly on dating.
If you feel comfortable enough and are sure the other person is not a mass-murder, you can meet and see how it goes. One Japanese guy happened to live not too far from me and so we met. If you have difficulties finding a partner, I think they’re not too bad.
Fear not, scratch your head in bewilderment no longer – as myself, Grace (famous for her “My Japanese Husband Thinks I’m Crazy” story) and Martin of Asian Dating Monthly have put our heads together and distilled our combined two decades of Japanese dating experience to bring you these top tips, which will help you navigate the seas of romance in Japan.I almost forgot to mention Asian which is very similar to Japan Cupid.The layout and the entire system is exactly the same, only that it focuses on people from all of Asia, not only on Japanese people.If you’ve been Japan for more than 5 seconds and had any interaction with the opposite sex here, you’ll no doubt have already experienced some “Lost in translation” style mishaps from smashing against the language barrier and cultural differences.Japanese culture is at times pretty much the exact reverse of western culture.
Regular readers of my blog know that I’ve left Japan about a year ago.