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I like to dance, work out, explore (Nature, mountain climbing, traveling, trekking). I hope you will notice my radiant smile as my heart smiles radiantly too! I try to live my life to the fullest and give my smile to others to make them happier! It's usually very difficult to say something about yourself but I will go on to share a few necessary things and I hope to share more when I find the right person.

My native language is Japanese but I am also very fluent in English.

Other opinions were that Koreans would be very thoughtful, and that the British were very good looking.

One thing in common with the top 3 nationalities, was that they were all perceived as having better personalities, which may be a reference point as to a downside of their Japanese counterparts. Reality sometimes differs from ideals, and below are the top 5 results for the nationalities that Japanese men and women have actually dated before.

In fact, it’s been proven that great relationships need something more than just a spark to survive.

That’s why we’ve made it easy to search for and find Japanese singles who share not just your interests but your values, too.e Harmony also specializes in matching Japanese singles with people in their geographical area, so whether you're looking for a Japanese Single in Toronto or a Japanese Single in Vancouver, you can rest assured that e Harmony knows Canada – and the Japanese singles who live here.

Dreams are important things to have, and so the next question that De NA Travel asked was “What nationality would you like to try and date? No.1 : American 🇺🇸 No.2 : South-Korean 🇰🇷 No.3 : British 🇬🇧 No.4 : Australian 🇦🇺 No.5 : Thai 🇹🇭 The majority of the opinions was that Americans were very liberal and open, and would be able to bring some kind of stimulation to the lives of the Japanese people.

I'm a warm hearted, easing going woman with so much love..

Surely each individual is unique, and generalizations/stereotypes about an entire culture can’t be made based on a very little number of individuals.

No.1 : American 🇺🇸 No.2 : South-Korean 🇰🇷 No.3 : Filipino 🇵🇭 No.4 : Chinese 🇨🇳 No.5 : Thai 🇹🇭 Whilst each country had their own defining trait patterns, another thing in common with these countries was that many Japanese men and women found foreigners to be much more true to their emotions, and much kinder than their Japanese counterparts.

Ideas such as ‘Ladies first’, and ‘having different points of view’ were very new and refreshing ideas for a lot of people.

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