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Another evidence is over 280 success stories on the site. Most Japanese women on the site are in Japan and they are only willing to meet you there, so this is quite important. If you are presently not in Japan, but plan to visit Japan in a short period, you may need to select a city to visit.Our research also shows the site did help a good number of white men meet, date, and in some cases marry, Japanese women. On one hand, it gives your potential dates some information to know you better. Tokyo seems to be most popular city on Japan Cupid, and many Japanese women live in the metropolitan area.
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.
Because Japan Cupid's main targeted market is dating between white men and Japanese women, a Japanese woman won't join Japan Cupid if she only wants to date a Japanese man. If you are currently in Japan, you may want to point this out in your profile.
So the site presents you a great list of self-selected women who think your fluent English and poor Japanese is an attraction, not a weakness. The site has a time-tested system to match white men with Japanese women. Its current huge popularity is an evidence that the system works. If you are not in Japan, but you plan to visit Japan in the near future, like in one or two months, you may want to add this to your profile.
When I first came to Japan in the mid-2000’s, there was one thing that shocked me more than anything else: dating sims (in Japanese these are referred to as ‘ren’ai’ simulations).
Now, today because of You Tube and the Internet we all know about dating sims, but back then I had never heard of dating sims, and at first I thought it was really weird and kinda creepy. Generally, the game is played with dialogue trees, with large blocks of text over static backgrounds.