Going to conventions devoted to these types of things (as well as broader spectrum sci-fi conventions and such) will allow you to meet plenty of Americans who love your culture, as well as many Japanese Americans who are proud of the mark that Japan has been able to make on American entertainment.Putting together a particularly good costume is all you have to do to easily spark conversations (you will be approached) in these types of environments.I’ve been on Return of Kings for quite a while, reading and enjoying my fair share of wisdom, sardonic humor, and women bashing. Now I won’t condemn this because I do it too and I understand the frustration.However, I’ve seen way too many men criticize women as a whole but then start praising Eastern Asian women.Obviously the topics of discussion will most often center around the focal point of the convention itself, so be up to date (reading online reviews of shows and games doesn't take much time and can give you the basic knowledge necessary to pretend that you're a total elitist guru even if you're just a casual fan).As far as population by region is concerned, the west coast is your best bet when it comes to the prospect of meeting other Japanese singles by chance in ordinary situations.That's led to taxpayer-financed dating services in places like Ishioka, a town about an hour outside Tokyo.
Nozomi Abiko, 22, who works at a local bank, came to the event after her boss gathered all the single women in the office and suggested they attend the annual dating event. The world's third-largest economy is in dire need of more people: Japan's population shrank by one million to 127 million in the five years through 2015, according to the World Bank.
Unlike Japan, California is a true melting pot of cultures but since I had so little dating experience back home, I was nervous about getting into the dating scene in America.
Mostly because I had no idea how the American dating culture worked.
But Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's efforts to bring more women into the workforce are falling short.
Challenging traditional gender roles can be an extremely unpopular move in Japan, where many people still support the idea that a woman's place is at home.