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They come to Japanese Friend Exchange to share, flirt, communicate, have fun, and to form meaningful relationships.They have tried traditional dating sites and have been disappointed by the quality of the people they meet. They can meet people - but finding people who share their broader set of interests is a challenge.Making Japanese friends online can be very difficult; many Japanese people are shy, and many more are uncomfortable speaking in English. Thankfully, Oh My Japan is a social network designed specifically to help connect English speakers with Japanese people.Also, Japanese people tend to use Japanese social networking sites rather than international sites like Facebook; for cultural reasons, many Japanese demand stronger privacy controls than most U. Even so, making friends online, especially Japanese friends, can be challenging. This article contains the tips which I have found to be the most helpful when making Japanese friends online.Many Japanese have studied English grammar for several years (most Japanese study English for at least six years from junior high school through to the end of high school); however, their knowledge of English is "textbook grammar" and not the kind of "natural" English one finds in TV, movies, and everyday conversation.While most Japanese people will appreciate your helping them to improve their conversational skills, don't be too casual, especially at first.
Oh My Japan makes this easy by allowing you to add interests to your profile.
Further, many Japanese people feel uncomfortable with such language (as do many native English speakers!
) Thus, the safest thing to do is to be sure not to swear too much, especially when you are first getting to know each other.
Once you have added an interest on the basic info page, you can click that interest on your profile to show a list of all other members who have selected that interest.
Whether you are chatting on Skype or MSN or corresponding via e-mail, be sure to use gramattically correct English when writing to Japanese people.