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Late night chating with sexy girl free

It’s a reasonably safe bet that anyone looking for DVDs on a Friday or Saturday night has relatively little planned for the night.

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When and where is the best place to hook up with someone in Tokyo?Whereas the Magic Hour was characterized by lots of people either heading to, from, or narrowly missing their trains, the Dead of Night is the opposite – most everybody is indoors somewhere.You might find a few stragglers outside, but by and large, most people have made their ways to a club, karaoke, izakaya, or a bar.There’s only one way to find out – head to your local Tsutaya, GEO, or DVD rental shop and check out the foreign movies section.If someone strikes your fancy, make some casual conversation and you might end up in bed with a sexy new partner.If you end up talking to one for a while, you want to determine what her/his plans are for the night.

If they are waiting for a friend you could either try to get their contact information for another day, or alternatively, try to befriend the friend when they arrive and join the party for a drink!

Most establishments are open until 5am, and places like Izakaya and Karaoke often have a flat fee for all-you-can-drink / sing / party until 5am.

While I don’t recommend going to an izakaya for the sole purpose of hooking up with someone (unless you’re bringing that someone there), if you are already there with friends you might just find a table of friendly people (or a cute girl/guy on the way to the bathroom) who you can meet and share laughs with.

If you’re a girl looking for a hook-up, it can be as easy as walking slowly past these areas by yourself and making eye contact with these guys.

Then, when they approach simply smile and demurely mention you’ve missed your last train.

If you’re a guy – it won’t be as easy, but the existence of such nanpa-shi illustrate that it’s neither strange nor culturally insensitive to talk to strangers on the street – in fact, it is very much a part of Japanese culture.