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USABlondeGuy
58 Chiba, Chiba, Japan
Seeking: Female 29 - 47
Education: PhD or Doctorate
,American Guy and It's Always Love at First Sight First of all, I travel to Japan once a month to travel and go to local pubs to see indie rock bands I like to record with my video camera. I lived in Japan for 10 years, between 1990-1999. I started my first company in Yokohama, consulting for big power tool companies, such as Bosch, Black & Decker, DeWalt, LENOX, etc. Due to unforeseen circumstances, I moved to S. Korea in 2000 to work for the South Korean Prime Minister. Then, in 2002, I moved to Thailand to open my Law Firm. I am now Managing Director of a company that imports products from Hokkaido and sells them in Thailand. In May 2017, I will be moving to Japan, to start our first branch office there. Since I have an on radio show, I like to talk about music. I also play bass guitar. And, regarding countries visited, I have been to over 25 countries and lived in 8 countries for my businesses. I only show my dogs, cuz they are super cute, and most guys who care and love their dogs are great bf's. I am here for a relationship ONLY, and I believe in meeting as soon as possible if there is mutual interest. Ok, for all of you who keep asking me what I am here for I will try again . I am American, natural blonde hair, blue eyes. Weigh 80 kg and stand 176 cm. I am polite, smart, considered very good looking and skilled in the art of making my girlfriend feel happy, excited and fulfilled. Being American (and raised by good parents) I am direct to the point, but never rude or hide my feelings. I am single, clean, and maintain regular health checkups to keep my Commercial Pilot's License. I am highly educated and a graduate in various disciplines: 2 engineering degrees, an MBA, and doctorates in Law and Medicine from Ivy League universities. I currently live most of my time in Thailand and Tokyo and run companies in Thailand and do government legal consulting. For 2-3 months out of the year, I vacation at my beach property in Ecuador and watch blue whales break the ocean surface 1 km from my go surfing as meters up shore from my beach house are 5m waves and just generally enjoy the beach life while in Salinas, Ecuador. I'm extremely open minded and love to make the girl with me happy. I am getting older and the dating scene is getting younger :), although I am often told I look around 40 yrs old (without the messy beard)] and I don't have a lot of time to "test drive" a potential girlfriend/wife/partner if I was intending on marriage or have a new child! So, if I want a serious relationship with a girl, I don't have 1 year to get to know someone by endless dinner dates, etc., and then when the girl finally decides it's time to be romantic, I/we find out there is no chemistry. How much wasted time is that as a percentage of remaining years of good functional health, as opposed to if I was 22 yrs So, for me in today's dating environment, I need to go on the assumption of from the 1st meeting there is going to be a physical attraction "spark" and have a romantic time/date and physical connection upon the 1st meeting. Besides, all my life it has been a sort of "love at 1st sight" with any girl I agreed to go out with .. So a physical connection on the first date if we liked each other is critical for a guy of my age or generation, I believe. BTW, physical connection doesn't necessarily mean sex it means AT LEAST,kissing, cuddling, handholding, etc.
Binzuru
47 Tōkyō, Tokyo, Japan
Seeking: Female 18 - 45
Education: PhD or Doctorate
I am looking for new Japanese friends to have fun with and experience Tokyo with. I visit Tokyo fairly frequently. I live in Seattle, Washington State, USA which is only a 10 hour flight. I have a huge heart. I love deeply. I think deeply. I tend to do more for others than myself. I'm very sweet! I'm tenacious. I walk through my life with integrity. I respect those who care about me and do my best to always show them love and kindness even in challenging times. My spiritual views are best described as "kindness." I'm a romantic. I believe in love and soulmates (yeah, I know!). I believe in physical and emotional communication. I'm a very hard worker and have helped improve the lives of thousands of patients. I really enjoy my work as a physician and feel blessed to touch the lives of people every day! I am very artistic (photographer, former DJ) and prefer to enjoy the arts vs. a sporting event for example. I have a witty, dry sense of humor that is very funny if you enjoy that type of thing. I've been told I have a very strong emotional IQ and I believe kind and nurturing communication is critical to any relationship. Finally, I am a serious "foodie," and enjoy cooking and eating. This is a major part of my life! Deal breaker: 1. Kindness is not your religion. What I’m doing with my life I'm a physician in solo private practice in Seattle and Bellevue. I love what I do. I've been able to improve the lives of thousands of people and feel blessed I can do that. I make a difference in this world on a daily basis. It is very satisfying. I'm also artistic and a serious landscape and street photographer. I try to get out and do this often. I really enjoy cooking (not baking) and I'm damn good at it, but I need help cleaning up! I’m really good at: Research anything I'm interested in, Cooking Thai food, eating anything, DJ'ing, talking Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food: Shows: Sci-Fi (Andromeda, Lexx, Babylon 5, Fringe), Vikings, Dexter, Justified, Game of Thrones Music: Basic Channel, Drexciya, Maurizio, Gil-Scott Heron, Pharaoh Sanders in the 70's, Stevie Wonder 70-77, Joao Gilberto, Herbie Hancock, Burt Bachrach, Little Dragon, Jeff Mills, Chopin Food: Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese, Persian. I am a very adventurous eater and love to explore cultures through their cuisines, you name it and I've probably eaten it. I love to talk and eat food! The six things I could never do without 1. Human contact! 2. A purpose in life 3. Integrity 4. Umami 5. Love 6. Kindness I spend a lot of time thinking about: How to help my patients, How to help and support my friends and family, Art, Music, Photography (landscape and street), Medicine, Finding my soulmate... On a typical Friday night I am: Usually get a massage after work and a nice dinner by myself or with friends. I work on Saturdays (take Sunday and Monday off) so I take it easy on Fridays :-) You should message me if: You think witty, intelligent banter is fun. You are a kind person. You are a deep thinker and deep "feeler." You have a purpose in life and want to make a difference in the world.

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