When they can’t have it all, where do their priorities lie?
Japanese company aims to provide women with a “high-spec” man of their dreams thanks to their rigorous testing and exacting standards (no mention of looks or personality).
Company plans singles parties for fans of specific areas of otaku interest.
Having trouble looking for the perfect romantic partner? Maybe that’s your problem…the “looking” part I mean.
Some ask what’s in a name, but women with these monikers proved to be more popular than any others on one well-known dating app.
Maybe a little too reasonable, even.
’Tis the season for potentially very short romantic relationships.
”Perfect cooking” and “awesome cock” listed among the dueling criteria.
Physical and mental connections alike show up in the top responses.
Majority say a guy just has to do one thing, and no, it’s not “be handsome.”
Japan’s latest buzzword, “Marriage sans dating,” sheds some light on new Japanese romantic customs.
Workers at airlines, plus one video game company, are in high demand in the dating pool.
The search for a partner in Tokyo or Osaka is made all the more magical with this special anime-themed matchmaking party.
Money can’t buy love, but does that mean romance is free?
Former AKB48 member also advises against telling a woman “You’ve sure gotten fat recently.”
Once again, our Japanese-language reporters ride along a razor-thin line of reasoning and derail right into a valuable life lesson.
Bosses and girls appear in list of times that call for liquid courage.
The reason for their entry will surprise you.
Korean fashionistas let us know why they choose to wear rings on certain fingers.
Does real ramen taste better when it comes with a side of simulated companionship?