It’s off to a good start too, acquiring 75,000 users in its first four days according to News on Japan.
It will be interesting to see if that website will be accepted among Japanese people.
Online dating is still less common here and even a little frowned upon.
But thanks to the rise of social networks, especially Facebook, more people feel safe about meeting someone new online.
Instead of clicking through profile photos, the limited number of recommendations makes individuals extra cautious when before saying yes or no.
Men can use premium service starting from 980 yen per month.
For single farmers looking for love, “City Folks Just Don’t Get It”, but Farmers does.
As the first dating site for single farmers, cowboys, and people living in rural areas, Farmers Only has addressed the needs of millions to become the leader in the niche dating space — all thanks to the drive of Founder Jerry Miller, a passionate team, an eye for humor, and a simplified online dating process.
With the frank slogan “City Folks Just Don’t Get It” and a familiar jingle — even played at the Country Music Awards — Farmers is the most popular dating site in the niche industry. With more than 4 million users and counting since its 2005 launch (compared to other niche dating sites that have only about 20,000 members), Farmers Only is answering the demands of so many singles out there, and not just farmers.
“Farmers Only has become a brand for a type of person,” said Founder Jerry Miller.
By looking at your Facebook social graph, Match Alarm recommends a new person for you every morning at 8am.
If individuals find each other attractive, they can start chatting within the app.
Omiai is free for women to use, and for men it costs 1,980 yen per month.