The agency boasts a strategic alliance with the Japan Marriage Counsellor Federation, a private company, and has a database of 60,000 members in Japan.
And if you do manage to get married, Destini IS also offers two years of free counselling services.
Just a reminder: most of these apps are in Japanese, so you will need some knowledge of the language to navigate them and set up your profile.
First of all, no need to sign up for yet another account, as you use Facebook to access it (no, your friends won't know). Third, given the real profiles, it's a favorite among people looking for "real dates" and possible long term commitments, up to marriage.
Fourth, the style and imagery of the website mostly caters to women looking to date online—something not so common among Japanese apps.
Read on to discover the hottest apps on the Japanese market! American magazine Fast Company claims that if asked, almost no one will confess using them.
This might go back to scams that happened in the 90s.
i OS - Android Well known in the Western world, Tinder has made its way to Japan thanks to its intuitiveness.