Tinder. One that doesn't need an introduction. Bumble. Bumble markets itself as the app where the woman makes the first move, and if she doesn't message, then the match disappears after 24 hours. Here’s the good news – the majority of unmarried Japanese men and women aren’t in a relationship, so there’s plenty of opportunity to meet singles in Japan. This Japanese dating app was acquired by the same American company that owns OkCupid and Tinder, but there’s one big.
The Japanese love it because they can network with like-minded people, be part of specific groups and have discussions, or just interact with fellow members on topics that interests both parties. This amiable platform eases the pressure of only focusing on dating, and makes way for an approach to finding your partner, that is a lot more fun and smooth. Being a part of this dating sites also comes with the benefit of networking with over plus niche social networking and dating sites.
This dating site is very engaging in its looks and even more alluring for the different means it offers to connect the Japanese singles. It is in fact one of the few sites that lets you see profile pictures with details like name, age and place of residence without having to register first.
The members are not just Japanese but there is a good mix of non-Asians as well, which means that the site is popular outside of Japan too. Twitter and Instagram which makes it even more attractive to the Japanese, as Instagram and Twitter have huge number of participants in Japan. Needless to mention, this awesome dating site is available on Android and iOS.