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”D’Aki teamed up with Swiss science writer Roland Fischer and together, they sought to go beyond the existing online conversation.
“When you Google ‘Japan’ and ‘love’, you find all these articles about lonely people who never get married,” she says. I wanted to show the human aspect, the individual stories behind those who use these applications.”Her images reveal the secret lives of thirty-somethings who have accepted living alone instead of looking for love.
Buzzwords like "herbivore men" (shy guys who are don't make a move), and "fasting guys" (guys without willingness to date) have been around for a long time, and Japan's low birthrate and shrinking population have long been one of the serious social issues in Japan.
According to the "Population Dynamics 2016" released by Japan's Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry, the annual number of babies born in Japan slipped below 1 million in 2016 for the first time since records began, with the estimated figure at 981,000.
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A popular romantic pastime is to rent a boat for two and paddle (usually foot-paddle) the boat together down the river as you gaze at the trees and flowers planted alongside the banks.
Often, these boats are in the shape of large swans, so the people watching you paddle by know you’re an item.
Japan's National Institution for Youth Education released a report on 4,000 men and women in their 20s and 30s across Japan in last November, and found that 20.3 percent of respondents do not want to get married, compared with 16.9 percent who said they hope to marry soon.
It also found that 18.2 percent want to have a child soon if they marry, while 24.8 percent do not have such hope.