From "Language Exchangers" to "Expat Machos," it's a different ballgame in Japan.
By Lauren Leyshon Thomas 8 min read
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For Valentine’s Day, readers shared their own love stories in miniature form. From office romance to missed connections, they did not disappoint.
Celebrate this Valentine's Day in Japan by being super weird about it.
If Terrace House is the prima donna of Japanese reality TV, then Rea(L)ove is the evil understudy about to sell a scandal to the tabloids.
Shunsuke Ikezoe's bravery challenged Japan's implicit “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.
This month saw a solo wedding, a marriage to a vocaloid and an NSFW declaration of newlywed love.
Seina's quest to find love on reality show Terrace House uncovered some troubling perspectives.
It’s that time of the year again — the countdown to Valentine's Day (and its alter ego White Day) begins in Japan. Are you ready to let that special someone know how you feel? Here are five ways to tell it from your heart — without sounding like a cheesy anime character.
With Valentine's Day approaching, here's something to add to the romantic confusion: the two different kanji for love.
The attitude to cheating in Japan might be different from what you're used to. But is it an acceptable norm in a relationship here?
My date told me she loved me. Is this miscommunication or potential pet murder?