So this guy was a Caucasian male, I’d say maybe…mid to late 20’s…I’m not sure. And then if they got upset about it, he’d just say “Pikachu” or “Pokemon.” You can just grab a girl’s head and be like … And I wanted to show you a clip of this, please take a look. But Is there a pecking order among foreigners when it comes to dating.
If these events are mostly geared towards a Japanese speaking clientele, do not despair if your nihongo skills are not quite up to par.Hey this is Donald with and this is Japan talk Session 2.In our last discussion we were talking about whether or not there was a pecking order among foreigners when it comes to workplace. You’re looking for a serious relationship but can’t seem to meet anyone interesting around you? With the invention of dating apps like Tinder, we sometimes forget how people used to meet back in the day.In the land of overworked singles with little free time, it should come to no surprise that organized dating events are so popular.Finding love in the modern age is a tricky business for us ladies; there’s attractive profiles to create, emoticons to choose and the general deciphering of Tinder captions – ‘I feel how pizza tastes’… Throw in some culture shock, the language barrier and a completely different set of rules and you have something like dating in Japan.