Dating or hooking up
Tinder needs no introduction, its simple swipe left or right function has made it a must download dating app worldwide.
Since making its official debut in Tokyo in early 2015, Tinder has become the definitive app for meeting both traveling foreign users and English speaking Japanese users.
Bumble’s unique feature that puts women in control of initiating the conversation after a match provides a far less sleazy environment.
The app isn’t quite as popular as Tinder though, so the number of English speaking users are less.
However, when it comes to apps with an English interface and real Japanese users, only a few mobile apps are worth downloading.
Here are our favorite dating apps available in English with both active Japanese and foreign users that are looking to date or just to hook up!
What we like: Both a casual and serious dating app, Tapple is free for the girls, but the fellas need to pay up to send messages.
It is free for the ladies, but men will need to cough up ¥1,980 yen a month to use it.
Traditional dating follows a predictable pattern whereby the man is active − he asks the woman to go out with him, organizes the date and at the end of it may initiate sexual activity; whereas the woman is reactive − she waits to be asked out on a date and accepts or rejects the man’s sexual overtures.
They know each other or want to get to know one another and there is the prospect of a future relationship.
This app features an automatic translation function and the ability to set your location to another city prior to traveling to Tokyo for possible matches.
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