You have a choice of “looking for” activities partners, friends, casual dating, long-term dating marriage or pen-pal.
Like most dating sites these days Plenty of Fish is a mix between a social networking site and a dating site.
As with other sites, users can hide their Facebook identity until they feel comfortable enough to share with the other person.
Omiai is free for women to use, and for men it costs 1,980 yen per month.
The company behind a site called 81 just announced that its total of registered users has exceeded 10,000, this just two months after release.
My-Qpit lets users search for partners by age, occupation, and even by hobbies.
According to Omiai-jp.com’s Facebook app page, it is the biggest online dating service in Japan to leverage the Facebook social network.
You can search for your ideal partner using 24 criteria, including age, nationality, income, personality, and more.
If individuals find each other attractive, they can start chatting within the app.
Many online matchmaking services requires users to do the searching, but Match Alarm takes away the hassle by doing the work for users.
On a related note, US-based dating site for people already in a relationship, Ashley Madison, recently made its official launch in Japan.