The Japanese have never been shy of love confessions, or as it is colloquially called in Japan- “kokuhaku”.It is no surprise then that Valentines’ Day is a pretty big deal in this land of the rising sun, and there is no lack of dating sites in this country to cater to the growing demands of those seeking love online.Websites would require men to pay fees to subscribe in order to call beautiful women.These "beautiful women" were regular company employees (some of whom were not women at all) running a catfish scam colloquially called sakura, collecting the subscription fees as long as they could.From amongst the large number present, we have enlisted the top 10 Japanese dating sites that are the best and the most popular.These dating sites have been featured here based on their appeal, ease of use, and the services they offer.While both men and women can create an account for free, men have to pay a fee to be able to send girls messages.
Like many other Japanese dating apps, Omiai works with your Facebook account, making signing up safer and easier (and to reduce scamming).
One thing that makes Tinder stand out from a lot of Japanese dating apps is the option to choose your preferred gender.
So whether you're a male looking for another male, a female looking for another female, bisexual, or even just looking for platonic friends and connections of either sex, Tinder supports everyone.
Dating apps are used all over the world to meet new people, whether for a simple one-night date or for a longer term relationship.
And Japan is slowly falling in line with this trend, so don't be left behind. There seems to be a certain stigma towards dating apps here in Japan.