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The long answer is a little more complicated, as a lot of it depends on your situation.Name: Seiya Maeda Born: April 10, 1989 From: Goshogawara, Aomori, Japan Job: Computer Programmer Hobbies: Japanese Tea Ceremony, Reading, Working Out I met Seiya in a guesthouse (sharehouse) in Tokyo in August, 2016.My best advice is to find someone who makes your life easier and more enjoyable.
At least their intentions are clear from their bio (depending on their English level).
Depending on what you do for work, this may or may not be applicable. Even if you have failed in the past, there is always still hope. Don’t be too discouraged if you start to realize that you two are not a good fit.
Since I taught English to adults in Tokyo both at an Eikaiwa school and also as a freelancer in cafes, I met quite a few good looking guys (students) on a regular basis. Once again, I don’t have any personal experience with this, but you can definitely meet guys at bars in Tokyo.
Of course, I made several conscious changes: wearing makeup, buying cute clothes, arranging my hair, etc. It has since been remodeled and the name changed to ミノラスシェア池上 (Minorasu Share Ikegami). Join a group or gym and try to find people who have similar interests as you. If you are lucky, you two will be a perfect match and being with him will be so comfortable and enjoyable that you will never want to be with anyone else. You might have to sort through a few wrong choices before you get there, but that’s okay.
This sharehouse is unique because it has a private toilet and shower in each room! My personal recommendation (if you enjoy it) is bouldering! This goes along the same lines as meeting someone at a bar, but you have to take extra precautions when meeting someone you met online. I have had some good experiences using online dating apps in the past and I know some people who started serious relationships with a partner they met online. Don’t be afraid to make a connection with somebody. Don’t be afraid to leave him if he is not the right one for you.
If it works for you then great, maybe you need help with your Japanese too, I know I still do.