A land of ‘marriage-hunting’: How Japan is tackling its plummeting population crisis

At a Shinto shrine in Tokyo, a thirty-something Japanese man blushes bright red after matching with a more-stoic woman at a marriage-hunting party. In another part of the capital, whose metropolitan area has a bigger population than Canada’s, a student …
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