Marriage Preparatory Cram School Opens in Japan

April 4, 2010

A new type of cram school has opened in Japan designed to help women find a husband and prepare for life after nuptials. The school targets women who are hoping to prepare themselves for dating and marriage, and help them find love and marriage. Some students include the so-called “Ara-Fo” or “Around Forty” unmarried women who are currently one of the fashionable topics for dramas in Japan.

Some of the courses include:

  • Make-up
  • Table Manners When on a Date
  • Seminar on Writing Email
  • Dating Simulations
  • Attractiveness Power Up Seminar
  • Manners for When Riding in a Car
  • Women’s Power Up Coordinator

The following video is a news report done on the school, “Aoyama Konkatsu Yobiko”. The school charges a minimum of 200,000 yen per year for classes, and already has over 30 students.

Don’t worry guys! They say they also have courses for men!

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