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The nun matchmaking event was the brainchild of Masataka Sekine, a monk from Shibata in Niigata prefecture, northwest Japan, in collaboration with the Tokyo-based matchmaking company Two Ai Links.
It follows their successes staging four monk matchmaking events across the country over the past two years, which resulted in 31 couples and four marriages.
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• Japan closes famous hot spring due to 'orgies' Perhaps only half-joking that he’d been looking for a wife “all my life”, he said: “I came today as I was curious about meeting nuns and temple life.
All strands of society are being targeted – even, it seems, nuns and monks, who according to Japanese Buddhist tradition, do not take celibacy vows but are encouraged to marry to ensure the survival of hereditary family temples.
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“It’s very hard for temple owners in particular, because their temples will close if they cannot pass them on to their children.
“For nuns, it’s extra difficult – when they marry, the husband takes the wife’s name which is very unusual in Japan and not many men’s families are happy about this.” Highlighting the challenges facing young Japanese in general, Yuki Ito, president of Two Ai Links, added: "The number of 20 to 34-year-olds contacting our matchmaking company is increasing year by year, some of whom have never had a relationship.