27/m/teaching in Japan - Just signed up for a free account at gaijin pot personals today and I've already got a "smile" from someone. Unfortunately, it seems I'm forbidden to actually communicate with this person (other than sending "smiles") unless I pay a monthly fee, and I don't think trying to morse-code in "smiles" would be very effective. The asking price seems a bit steep just to (maybe) send an email here or there. Unfortunatelly the stuff I have found is rather dated (or it feels so) and I wanted to start an update with this.I hope that people who know Japan really well will respond.But now I am also someone who's pretty busy, in his early 30s with little time to spend chasing after women in bars (and something i don't enjoy anymore either). The world has changed it seems.is that so also for Japan?From what I knew about Japan a few years ago, o‰ï‚¢sites where usually frowned upon by Japanese. If if so, could you recommend me some Japanese websites (or any websites) where I could try my luck meeting locals here in Tokyo????Many countries celebrate Valentine’s day February 14th and Japan is no exception.Valentine’s day in Japan however is a day where women are suppose to give small gifts, normally chocolate, to men.
Turning to a professional counselor could then be a a good alternative.
First, just to tell you a bit about myself (will save us some time and eliminate some of the basic answers that might not be that useful): I'm fluent in Japanese (reading, writing and speaking).
I have dated Japanese girls before and get along with them well. before (match.com, okcupid) and found out that with with little luck one could meet even educated and interesting people even on-line.
How to recognize him: Wears vintage clothes, carries a guitar or sketchbook.
Invite him to your photography exhibition or show him your drawings.