Japanese lesbian dating
A word of warning: most, if not all of the events are advertised in Japanese; and often the websites are like some hellish early 90’s geocities flashback made even more impossible to navigate with the addition of hiragana, katakana and kanji.
My best advice is: save yourself a headache, buddy up with some local residents, and register for the Stonewall mailing lists to get this information.
The top three recommended apps for Japan in my opinion are: There is mixed success with these apps depending on where you live and who is available in your area.
OKCupid leans heavily towards foreign, English speaking women whilst Spindle is the opposite.
This massive club night is a must if you happen about Osaka when it’s being held.
The Facebook page is also a great way to get in touch with women in your local area.Although Tokyo and Osaka are home to two of the biggest scenes in the country, they are not the be all and end all.Nagoya and Hyogo both have a notable scene and even Fukuoka has a lesbian bar!Yes, Japan is a notoriously conservative country built on the ideal of patriarchal hierarchy.Yes, they did arrest a woman for making a vagina kayak. Although the Pride Festivals may be a little more subdued, rest assured that there are significantly more lesbians and bisexual women here than the above would lead you to believe. Stonewall Japan If you’re fresh off the boat and looking for something in your area, I would highly recommend a quick stop into the Stonewall Japan website.Thousands of happy singles have found love on our Japanese dating site and have shared their stories with us. For a fun, safe and uniquely Japanese dating experience, join free today.For those of you who have just ventured here from some of the more glitter filled rainbow capitals of the world, Japan may come as a bit of a shock.The algorithm likes to ignore your sexuality and dating preference, going straight for the ‘I will throw you every single woman, including straight and unavailable in your area’ approach. ‘Tokyo Rainbow Pride’ is usually held towards the end of April, whilst the ‘Kansai Rainbow Festa’ is held later, with this year’s event landing on October 11.You can keep abreast (sorry…couldn’t resist…) of the situation by checking out each event’s Twitter, Facebook and websites listed below.Many will be more than willing to take you out and show you the ropes.Nightlife for Women Tokyo and Osaka play host to two of the biggest scenes in the country with Shinjuku Ni-chome, and the Doyama-cho district near Umeda respectively.