Jul 24 2014

No Brainer

Category: A + Japanese Dating,Japanese Girls,UncategorizedIchiban @ 1:59 pm

Joining up!!! The Friend Finder Personals section!

Why waste your time elsewhere???

 Does it Cost Money to Join?

Japanichiban Personals offers a FREE membership that allows access to much of the functionality on the site, including our popular Groups and Video Chat. There is also a Premium Membership tier that offers access to all features on the service.

 Is English the Main Language?

English is used by most Members for their Profile and Messaging.

 How “Fresh” are the Profiles?

We are adding about 25,000 new Members a week. They come from Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, the USA and increasingly from Europe.

 How Active Are The Women?

Over 80% log in daily. More importantly, they respond to your emails, smiles, chat requests. And they are fun to communicate with as Japanichiban Personals is not as “transactional” as the traditional dating sites.

 What Features Are Popular?

Groups are very popular as they allow you to meet people who share your interests. It is an easy way to start a conversation. Video Chat also generates a lot of interest, especially from women who want to practice English. The Trip Notification is also growing in popularity.

And yes, to get results you’ll have to pay a little….the longer the term the cheaper the rate!

Still not convinced? Just try it for a month and see how busy you get fending them off!!!

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Nov 22 2013

Japan Personals

Category: Japanese GirlsIchiban @ 9:05 am

Does it Cost Money to Join?
Japanichiban Personals offers a FREE membership that allows access to much of the functionality on the site, including our popular Groups and Video Chat. There is also a Premium Membership tier that offers access to all features on the service.

Is English the Main Language?
English is used by most Members for their Profile and Messaging.

How Active Are The Women?
Over 80% log in daily. More importantly, they respond to your emails, smiles, chat requests. And they are fun to communicate with as Japanichiban Personals is not as “transactional” as the traditional dating sites.

What Features Are Popular?
Groups are very popular as they allow you to meet people who share your interests. It is an easy way to start a conversation. Video Chat also generates a lot of interest, especially from women who want to practice English. The Trip Notification is also growing in popularity.

What is Japanichiban Personals?
Japanichiban Personals is an upscale dating service that caters to successful international singles.

Our international member base includes over 5 million members from over 200 countries. Our members are well educated, successful men and women who share a passion for life and travel.

Helping you meet Attractive, Sincere, Successful Singles is what we do!

Who’s on Japanichiban Personals?
Internationally minded people who share common interests – culture, travel and romance.

Profile of Japanichiban Personals Members

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They come to Japanichiban Personals to share, flirt, communicate, have fun, and to form meaningful relationships.

990,000+ Members Living in Japan

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They have tried traditional dating sites and have been disappointed by the quality of the people they meet. They are tired of the bar scene. They can meet people – but finding people who share their broader set of interests is a challenge.

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Nov 15 2010

English Teachers – Episode 5 "Showdown"

Category: Japan RelatedIchiban @ 8:08 am

Better than episode 4 at least.



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Oct 30 2010

English Teachers – Episode 4 "Not in Kansas"

Category: Japan RelatedIchiban @ 2:52 pm

Looked promising in the beginning, but this episode was disappointing.
Be Yes is turned upside down when a former employee, turned EFL guru, attempts to take over the school. Known as “The Roberto” his unusual teaching style drives some teachers to the brink.


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Oct 02 2010

English Teachers – Episode 2 "(Un)equilibrium"

Category: Japan RelatedIchiban @ 8:01 pm

Episode two is out.


English Teachers – Episode 2 “(Un)equilibrium” from Nameless Media and Productions on Vimeo.

With everyone running on auto pilot, the Be Yes staff is easily distracted. However, when Sawaguchi delivers bad news, the school’s endangered future has their full attention.

Created/Directed by Anthony Gilmore
Produced/Edited by Ryan Seale
Written by Ryan Smith, Brandon Kennison, Cameron Smith and Kelly Quinn
Cinematography by Yoshinobu Hayano

http://englishteachersseries.com
http://facebook.com/englishteachersse…
http://twitter.com/englishseries
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Jun 07 2010

Membership

Category: Japan RelatedIchiban @ 9:41 pm

Now accepting Paypal as well as Credit Cards.

How much money can be wasted going to bars and chatting up for hours to come home with 2 or 3 fake email addresses?

There is an easier way….

JapanIchiban Friend Finder

12 months VIP membership
USD 99.95 one-time payment (USD 8.33/month)
6 months VIP membership
USD 75.95 one-time payment (USD 12.66/month)
3 months VIP membership
USD 51.95 one-time payment (USD 17.32/month)
1 month VIP membership
USD 27.95 one-time payment (USD 27.95/month)
Choose a Payment Method:

Open Club Subscription

3 months OpenClub membership
USD 52.95 one-time payment (USD 17.65/month)
VIP/OC Bundle Value Package

12 months VIP+OpenClub membership
USD 245.95 one-time payment (USD 20.50/month)
6 months VIP+OpenClub membership
USD 152.95 one-time payment (USD 25.49/month)
3 months VIP+OpenClub membership
USD 93.95 one-time payment (USD 31.32/month)


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Jun 04 2010

Testimonials

Category: Japan RelatedIchiban @ 1:39 pm

It’s been a very long time since we posted any testimonial letters from Japan Ichiban’s Friends Network so here are some of the latest ones…

Japan Ichiban’s Friends Network = Love + Marriage + 2 Children = Lots of Happiness!!

Grant, Sydney, Australia/ Satoko, Japan
In a nutshell that is our continuing success story! And we owe it all to Japan Ichiban’s Friends Network. Satoko and I met in Tokyo through Japan Ichiban’s Friends Network right back in 2003 when it was all just starting up, and wow it has changed our lives! Japan Ichiban’s Friends Network was spot on in helping us find each other because one thing led to another and 6 months later in the middle of 2004 we both find ourselves pointing towards mainland Asia as we depart Japan together for an overland trip from Japan to Europe and back to Australia.
A year later we land in Sydney where we now live the idyllic quintessential Australian lifestyle with our little son ‘Lotus” who was a gift from an ashram in India during our travels 🙂 Yes that is where he was made ha-ha. Lotus was made in India, Japanese mother, British father and was born in Australia; how lucky to have three passports and ultimately he owes it all to Japan Ichiban’s Friends Network. If that wasn’t enough, next week we look forward to welcoming Lotus’ baby sister into the growing World of Friends – WOW! Thanks Japan Ichiban’s Friends Network!
It all started with you! Lots of Love, Grant,Satoko,Lotus&??? Anyone out there have any great ideas for our coming daughter’s name?

A Smile Goes A Long Way

Sanya, Toronto Canada & Tony, Toronto Canada
I joined Japan Ichiban’s Friends Network to find a language tutor and someone to talk to about travel and Japan. Accidentally I clicked on a picture of a cute guy who lived in the same city and sent him a smile and he emailed me back. We exchanged emails for a week and started to chat online, then moved on to phone. We talked on the phone every night and got closer day by day. We met up expecting to be friends, however the meeting lead to something else. I sent him a smile in the middle of January, and he asked me out at the beginning of February. We have been together ever since. We both joined to meet people from Japan and to learn Japanese, however we ended up finding each other, a Taiwanese boy and a Serbian girl. We both thank you so much for everything! Without our interest in the Japanese Culture and this great site we would have never met. I read the stories of people who met their spouses here but never thought i would find the perfect guy on this website.

A priceless friendship!

Brian and Risa
My name is Brian. Thanks to your service, I’ve made a very good friend here in Japan. I had just gotten out of basic training and learned that I was to be stationed in Japan. I signed up for a month and e-mailed a couple of people. I got lots of responses, and I responded back to everyone, but only one kept going. So we kept writing back and forth. About two months later I had been in Japan for a month and I kept in contact with my friend. We finally met in person two weeks ago and she has taken me to all kinds of places within the last two weeks. Her name is Risa and she is one of the coolest people I have ever met in my life. We plan to go out again! Thank you, it was well worth the money for a priceless friendship!

I have found a new friend through your service.

Queenie
My name is Queenie. I have found a new friend through your service. Definitely, I may have many chances to find someone to talk to or listen to. So I’m so glad to have a good friend to share my feelings or ideas by sending emails to each other.

many more just like that… you can see all the testimonials when you log in to your Japanichiban Friend Finder account.

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