- #105 When Is The Next “Meet and Greet with Japanese Women in TOKYO” ?
#105 When Is The Next “Meet and Greet with Japanese Women in TOKYO” ?
We are planning the next Meet and Greet with Japanese Women Event in TOKYO.
As we introduced in our newsletter a couple of weeks ago, TJL’s Meet and Greet with Japanese Women Event in Tokyo in 2015 was very successful. We believe that our events are much more meaningful than typical Speed Dating events. When you join our events, you will learn how Japanese women think and feel, and how best to move forward to achieve success.
Also, meeting our female members in person at our Meet and Greet with Japanese Women Event helps to open peoples’ minds to see the many different ways Japanese women are attractive. Successful people see our female members’ inner beauty instead of just seeing their outer appearance on their profile and photos.
So, we hope all of our male members will visit Japan to meet Japanese women in person at our office or events.
Planning a trip to Japan is a big decision for some of our male members. So, we would like to assist you by announcing TJL’s events earlier. This way you will have ample time to plan your schedule for the coming year.
We haven’t decided upon our upcoming schedule yet as we would like to ask our male members which month is preferable for visiting Japan. Please let us know which of the following months is your preference for visiting Japan.
- December 2015 (Click the link below)
- January 2016 (Click the link below)
- February 2016 (Click the link below)
We are thinking about hosting our event in Japan at least two times a year, so that many of our clients can join within their membership period.
We are looking forward to meeting with you in JAPAN!
We are always happy to assist you!
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