For a little change, you get the perfect match. Or at least that’s what the advertising for these vending machines says. The follies and curiosities of Japan will never cease to amaze us.
The Japanese are in love with Vending machines. Almost anything you can imagine can be achieved on one of these machines. Including a couple. In Japan, there is a husband and wife vending machine.and it’s completely real.
The possibility of find a partner in a vending machine it seems surreal, but it’s entirely possible and real… only in Japan of course.
We speak in the singular because, apparently, there is only one, and it is half hidden in a small store in the Kamata neighborhood of Tokyo.
The love vending machine
Many Japanese users have shared on networks photos of this curious husbands and wives vending machine.
It looks like an ordinary machine, but inside there are no bottles of soft drinks, snacks or sandwiches. Instead you can see a curious cans with a flower, and numerous text:
The pink cans correspond to a woman, and the yellow ones to a man. They all cost about 20 euros. In the text you can readat person’s agebut no information about his personality or characteristics.
You just have to put some coins in the machine, and take you to the person you want as a couple. But as you can imagine, it’s not that simple… although It is perfectly possible that it ends in a wedding.
According to JapanToday account, on the can there is a telephone number, which puts you in contact not with the chosen person, but with… an adviser from the Matching Advisor Press matchmaking agency.
This adviser will grant you a one hour interview, to know your tastes and interests. If they match the person you’ve chosen, then Yes, it will be possible to arrange a three-hour dinner with her., so that you know each other. Dinner is paid for in half.
If everything goes well and in the end there is a marriage, a fee of 300,000 yen must be paid to the agency, about 2,000 euros.
Why use Tinder and the like, if in a food store you can find a husband and wife vending machine. Only in Japan of course…