Seiji’s search for love takes him beyond the bounds of humanity.
The series Love Is takes a look at the simpler joys in a relationship.
And no, Seiji didn’t rent his companion for his anime movie date.
From bookstores to barbecues to balance-loss, these Japanese women would love to meet the love of their life in these unexpected ways.
When they can’t have it all, where do their priorities lie?
Who knew love could taste like raw fish and crab guts?
In always-efficient Japan, it took less than 10 seconds for someone to offer us a “no strings attached” meet-up at the terekura.
Because what is life worth if you can’t share it with a partner who will plan out an entire matching wardrobe?
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.
Company even offers a consolation gift if he says no.
Avoid these faux pas and keep your date hot like ramen broth.
Having trouble looking for the perfect romantic partner? Maybe that’s your problem…the “looking” part I mean.
“Hey cutie, you have a little smidge on your cheek. Here, I’ll get it for me.”
Lesbian anime fans make their picks for animated romantic companions.
Surprisingly, the male stars of Howl’s Moving Castle and Spirited Away don’t top the list, according to this survey.
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.
Different designs recommended depending on wearer’s taste in men.
Maybe a little too reasonable, even.