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accelerate your Japanese learning process, but when you get into more intense subjects, the translation apps go out the window and your charades become the new lingua franca.
Shinagawa/Osaki – More business areas, fairly international and many will know some English.
Ginza – A high-class area with many women who are trendy, classy and sophisticated though a more snobbish crowd stays around this area.
Marunouchi/Tokyo – Mostly young women working in business, cute and intelligent with class and many will know at least some English if not fluent. There are sophisticated young women, more trendy and have their own money/business or are students. Shimbashi/Hamamatsucho – A little more international with young women working in business.
Add a lack of a common tongue into the mix, and foreigner’s chance of wooing a girl’s affection can get a bit complicated.If you’re looking to meet cute Japanese girls who are 18-23 years old and more your typical category of women (not looking for money, not looking to get married anytime soon) then this is for you and should give you insight to date Japanese women.I recommend staying away from the usual gaijin places since most of the girls who go there are either pretty dirty or just looking for money, plus there are a lot of foreign “bad apples” who go there, so those are not the best places for picking up girls in Japan.Some of the areas that will work best for you are listed in this quick guide.They are the same names as the train stations so they should be easy to find. I recommend this book – Nanpa: A Beginner’s Guide to the Japanese Art of Girl-Hunting and How To Pick Up Japanese Girls (Japanese Dating Phrases) which is available only on the Amazon Kindle.