I did find Japanese guys very attractive, but they would never approach me, being notoriously shy around foreign women.
I could sometimes detect a flicker of interest, at most, before they ran away. From what I gathered from my Japanese girlfriends, it seemed to involve a lot of passiveness, indirect communication, text messaging, misunderstandings and patience.
While it’s not usually as bad as your one creepy guy friend–you know the one we’re talking about–have you ever wondered what’s going on with that? It seems that some Japanese women love it when guys are direct and shower them with declarations of love. ” You’ve probably heard this at least once or twice in your life.
Here’s a quick look at life on the other side of the looking glass, with nine reasons some Japanese women only date foreign guys. Well, this takes that bit of education and flips it on its ear! Though phrases like “” (“I love you”) are more likely to be heard on cheesy TV dramas then between real-life Japanese couples, apparently some folks don’t mind being told “I love you” once in a while. And while the people saying it may not be entirely wrong, you wouldn’t know it from talking to certain Japanese women.
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.
If you plan to Join Japan Cupid, here are nine tips to maximize the chances you may meet or fall in love with the Japanese women on the site. On the other hand, it makes your profile look real and creditable. So if you choose Tokyo as the city to visit, you may have plenty of choices.
That was back in the days before Tinder became popular and online dating wasn’t as socially acceptable.Kana mentioned that a lot of people just post photos of their cats, or, oddly, a rice cooker.But peculiar profile pictures aren't the only reason online dating is floundering in Japan.Now, you’re probably familiar with the stereotype of Western guys moving to Japan to meet women.It’s a nasty stereotype…with a few grains of truth to it, we suppose.