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In Japan, people tend to rely on non-verbal cues more than the literal meaning of messages. There’s nothing wrong with short-term dating and hook-ups.
These non-verbal cues are not obvious to everybody. The problems here are the differences in expectation and the dishonesty. Do Japanese women date Indian and other South Asian guys? The easiest way to confirm this is to visit Indian restaurants in Japan.
" Would you go so far as to travel to another country? Or would you just decide that your soulmate was a fictional character and marry her image printed on a cotton pillowcase? Not only has this particularly dedicated fan married his favorite pillowcase, he also takes her out on dates to restaurants and to amusement parts, as chronicled on media sites.
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On the other hand, it's not like he has to worry about a pillowcase cheating on him, unless you count what happens when he puts her in the washing machine with his other body pillows.
In this world known as Moe, the rising popularity of so-called “2-D Lovers” has spawned its own thriving industry among some men.
If a guy can’t “get the girl” for real, virtual world fanatics figure, he gets a girl pillow.
The Times suggests two factors of Japan’s culture are conflating to make Nisan’s relationship possible: one, the general popularity of anime culture (called otaku) which hath wrought some obsessive fans; and two, difficulties in Japanese dating culture, rendering over a quarter of men and women between the ages of 30 and 34 virgins, according to a government survey. But that sounds too kind to me to describe a situation that looks like mental illness coupled with objectification of women and the fetishization of prepubescent girls.
Later on in the article, the Times speaks with a man named Momo.
Andre’s case was misfortunate because he had a particularly direct communication style and his ex-girlfriend had a particularly indirect communication style. When Charles, a British guy, met her, he immediately liked her. A few days later, Charles sent her a message: ‘Hey, let’s go out again sometime.’ To this, she politely replied, ‘No thanks.’ Her lack of interest wasn’t the only problem. Some of these restaurants are managed by Japanese-Indian couples.