Japenese dating and marriage
Unlike countries that offer more generous parental leave, Japan only offers 14 weeks of maternity leave at 60% pay.
Fathers don't get any paid time off, but many men work upward of 80-hour weeks.
Around the country, local Japanese governments have set up speed-dating services where people can come to meet potential lifelong partners.
The programs come in response to the country's population woes.
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The ceremony included rings and the signing of a wedding certificate.
Government-run speed-dating may help get people into bed, in other words, but it's not likely the grand solution to the problem of Japan's extinction.And if you do manage to get married, Destini IS also offers two years of free counselling services. According to the ladies in the video, they believe that Singaporean men are kind, sincere and slim with nice bodies. A thirty-five-year-old Japanese man has married a small doll in the form of Japanese Vocaloid pop star Hatsune Miku.Akihiko Kondo, tweeted a photo of himself in a dull white suit with his new bride in a tiny white dress.
Each member will also go through a series of “comprehensive tests” to find our more about himself and what he looks for in a partner.