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In recent years reports have concluded that Japan is one of the most single nations in the world – a massive 70 percent of under-34-year-olds are without a significant other. No surprise then, that there’s an abundance of fun things to do for single folk. That’s right, in Tokyo there’s no shame in asking for a ‘table for one’ or enjoying a show alone on V Day – it’s all quite the norm.
If you’re feeling lonely this Valentine’s then, escape the cringeworthy couples and join the smug singletons in Tokyo with these 10 super solo activities. And remember, if you like it you shouldn’t put a ring on it. By James Wong