Please refresh the page and retry. Earlier this week, new government figures revealed that almost half of Japanese singles who wished to marry were unable to find a suitable. Japan's government is going to play Cupid in an attempt to encourage more couples to have babies.
Japan's government is playing Cupid to try and encourage more couples to have babies. The Japanese government now supports local authorities who give to take paternity leave, and implement local matchmaking services. With an increasing number of Japanese remaining single amid an absence of traditional matchmakers, one municipality is turning to big data to help people tie the knot.
Updated June 22, Hyogo Prefecture set up a Tokyo branch of its matchmaking center in August The Japanese government has been implementing various. Around the country, local Japanese governments have set up speed-dating services where people can come to meet potential lifelong partners.
More and more Japanese parents are attending matchmaking parties in an effort to marry off their children, worried that they will be part of the growing segment of the population that never ties the knot. But what's different about Japan is that the government is the one Nearly all local governments in the country are trying to play matchmaker.
The Japanese government is set to pay $30m into the dating industry. annually on projects that encourage matchmaking and marriage.”.
Japanese government to play matchmaker - English News Lessons: Free page & 2-page lessons / online activities / 7 Levels.
The Japanese Government tries its hand at match-making in a "Matching services are expanding as well as matchmaking parties," she said.