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.
’Tis the season for potentially very short romantic relationships.
You’ve heard of the kabe-don “wall-pound”, but what are some less palatable romantic tropes you’ll encounter in Japanese media like manga and anime?
Attendees at this month’s otaku gathering can get their hands on not just art books and posters, but limited-edition prophylactics too.
”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.
Why vote at the polls when you can vote with rolls… toilet paper rolls!
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.
New book introduces 140 titles from the yuri genre that explore the topic of lesbian love.
Limited quantities, premium pricing, and purportedly magical results.
Money can’t buy love, but does that mean romance is free?
Penguins are always popular at zoos and aquariums, and now the aquatic birds are serving as metaphors for some of Japan’s most eligible bachelorettes.
Former AKB48 member also advises against telling a woman “You’ve sure gotten fat recently.”
Because atherosclerosis isn’t the only matter of the heart medical professionals should be concerned with.
Bosses and girls appear in list of times that call for liquid courage.