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  1. thomas

    COVID-19 Sixty per cent of newlyweds without a wedding, 70% without a honeymoon

    A survey by Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Co. found that 60 per cent of couples marrying during coronavirus pandemic forewent wedding parties. In comparison, 70 per cent refrained from honeymoon trips due to travel restrictions. The pre-pandemic numbers amounted to 20.4 per cent and 19.5 per cent...
  2. H

    Mail order husband?

    Hello there! I would love to seduce a Japanese virgin of the same age as me, said so it seems a western story in imitation of oriental culture but instead I am persuaded really and not for a mediocre fantasy. I discarded a Saudi Arabian lady for religious matter (did the king make it illegal?)...
  3. thomas

    Why young Japanese aren't getting married

    I have to admit that I was not familiar with the terms "hypergamy" and "hypogamy". Here's more on why many young Japanese are reluctant to marry and why the omiai industry will continue to thrive...
  4. abd_sad

    Personals Man seeking a Lady to marry

    My name is Abdullah. I am from Pakistan. I live in Islamabad city. Our country is very beautiful. I am a scientist. I am separated. single. alone. I want a loving life companion. Islamabad is a good city to live. Good house. good car. Good food. Good living. Good top tourist attractions places...
  5. thomas

    News Asahi survey: Fear over future keeps Japanese from marrying, having children

    A nation in fear. Why young Japanese are reluctant to tie the knot and have children. And while money can't buy you love, it can still get you a spouse: Source: Fear over future keeps Japanese from marrying, having children - The Asahi Shimbun
  6. Z

    Gift ideas for friends in Japan

    Hi Everyone! First post \^^/ I'm new to the community, but I expect to be active in the not-to-distant future. For now though, I have to be brief because my wife and I are traveling to Japan (for the first time) in just 2 days! During our trip we'll be visiting two Japanese friends. We've been...
  7. Marriage in Japan

    Society Marriage in Japan

    When Japanese tie the knot... Over the past several centuries, the institution of marriage in Japan has changed radically. The changes reflect new social realities and influences from other cultures, and are often a result of urbanisation and social fragmentation, as manifested in social...
  8. J

    Marriage in Japan

    Here's yet another curiosity about Japan: A country where only 1% profess to be Christian, yet 80% of marriages use a Christian wedding ceremony. You've heard about this phenomenon; now read all about it on this new site! https://www.seiyaku.com/ 🙂
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