31, 2008 shows a Japanese man screaming his love for his wife through a microphone during a public event organized by the Japan Aisaika Organization in a central park in Tokyo, Japan.
EPA/FRANCK ROBICHON Twenty Japanese men and ten women, all singles, are gathered together in a bar, taking turns to chat with each other, in a group blind date, that could be one of their last hopes of finding a partner.
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This concept of blind dating in groups, or "machikon," is being promoted by local authorities in collaboration with establishments like bars, restaurants and cafes.
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These matchmaking events can be quite large scale, including hundreds, even thousands, of people at a time, in which cases they are usually organized by institutions or companies.
Gaining popularity in Japan over the past five years, an increasingly higher number of municipal authorities are organizing or supporting these events, including that of the country's largest city, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.