New dating services for japan people
The country is in the middle of something of a sex crisis.
Its birthrate is among the lowest on earth, and the number of marriages is in decline.
Sakura kept multiple cell phones and email accounts.
So why is the subject so touchy in Japan, a technologically hip country (their ketai cellphones surfed the Web long before our smart phones) that otherwise seems comfortable discussing sex?
Given Japan’s dating and demographic crisis, why the squeamishness about meeting in cyberspace?
Another app, Furendo Tossu (or “Friend Toss,” from the word Japanese people use for a volleyball pass), is a site for meeting new people with common interests, ostensibly as friends.
It shows you your friends’ Facebook friends, and if there are any who you think you’d get along with, the three of you arrange an activity together–lunch or a drink, usually.