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As a recent Fast Company article points out, many Japanese still view online dating as a scam.

That perception dates back to the '90s, when pseudo dating sites required men to pay per message and had their employees pose as female subscribers. This past June, The Daily Mail reported that eight executives were arrested in Japan after allegedly fake dating sites they created in 2004 were exposed.

Secondly, our intelligent matchmaking system guarantees that you are only sent partner proposals of the type of people you actually want to be dating.

The foundation of our matchmaking process is our insightful personality test - a set of carefully selected questions that draw on the theory put forward in Costa and Mc Crae’s famous ‘Five Factor Model.’ The test uses proven psychological methodology to decipher your fundamental personality traits.

The ads don’t just come out and say they’re looking for sakura, though.

Instead, they say things like “data entry” and “sending company emails.

According to 2010 census data, there are over 1,304,000 Japanese Americans (a number constantly on the rise) but unfortunately connecting with them is easier said than done. If you want to meet fellow Japanese singles in the US, it couldn’t be easier with Elite Singles.

It’s never been simpler for singles seeking Japanese partners in the US. Elite Singles beats other Japanese dating platforms for three main reasons.

To add to that, a 2014 survey by the Japan Family Planning Association found that 49% of all respondents had not had sex in the past month, and 18% of men said they had no interest in sex at all.

"The Japanese are legitimately worried about running out of Japanese people," comedian Aziz Ansari writes in his new book, "Modern Romance," co-authored by sociologist Ansari notes that Japanese culture and the fear of being perceived as "charai" (or "a sleazy player") may explain why online dating hasn't exploded in Japan.

Rocket News24: So how did you get started working as a sakura?

Asakura: They advertise for sakura in the regular employment magazines that have part-time job listings.

After wasting months subtly pursuing a guy at work only to discover he had a girlfriend, I quit the Japanese way – and bento making, also described by my friends as a boyfriend magnet in Japan.

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