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Keep in mind that as groups splinter off heading to different train lines, you generally have only until the ticket gates to make a good impression before she enters the station.Within the first minute or two you want to communicate that: While many of the Japanese nanpa-shi will offer short, rapid-fire invitations to girls with low probability of success, you can easily outperform them by adjusting your game to be a bit more human and less robotic and shady. Mention whatever it was you were just doing – eating with friends, drinking, etc. Ideally, by the time you invite her, she’s paying attention to you and engaging with you in conversation.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.During this “Magic Hour” probably the single best place to meet women is on the street near the station.It’s a reasonably safe bet that anyone looking for DVDs on a Friday or Saturday night has relatively little planned for the night.
This area is great for meeting people who are either taking a break before leaving for home, after arriving, or after missing their last train.
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 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!