International speed dating tokyo
Japanese folks frequently live on less, partly because they understand how to buy discount train tickets, can spot sales in the newspaper, and have friends and family to grudgingly help with things like moving and getting set up in life.
But unless you come to Japan as half of an already-established couple, you’ll have to buy your own refrigerator, washing machine, lamps, pots and pans, everything. Might be a good time to get a part-time job at Family Mart.
You can probably afford to run the heater an hour a day and the lights two.This may or may not be a good thing, but hey, you’re the one who wanted to leave Walden Pond. He spoke not a word of Japanese and raved about what a great country it was.You can afford a small, boxy used car, cable internet, and a TV, all of which should improve your dating life. Or the young Saudia Arabian guy I spent the evening with, also in Roppongi.Japan’s not expensive—let’s just sweep that 1980’s-era myth right under the rug.Still, if you want to be a baller in one of the world most amazing cities (i.e.