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28 Mar

Smart move asking for the bank account details, A- san. There was a guy I was on the verge of falling for, so I made my “move”… Then he sent me a message saying, ‘You’re a good girl, and I don’t want to hurt you’.

Well duh maybe don’t make an online dating profile in the first place!

Cigarette smoke hangs thick in the air of a Tokyo nightspot as Aki Nitta sips champagne with a trio of sweet-talking Lotharios peddling fake love at premium rates.

In a country which has lost its mojo, many wealthy Japanese women spend eye-watering sums on male hosts in return for an evening of sweet talk, flirting -- and often sex.

"I'm paying for time, rather than men," explained Nitta.

"Time is more important to me so I want to live for now, without any regrets." Many women -- ranging from 20-somethings to those in their sixties -- lavish expensive gifts on their favorite hosts, buying them diamond watches, luxury cars, even apartments.

But online dating websites and apps seem tailor-made for adulterers, time-wasters and players to run amok unchecked, leaving those who are actually seeking a genuine connection having to wade through a sea of nonsense in order to potentially find love.

For Japan’s single women in their 30s, an extra layer of “marriage desperation” can make this search even more fraught.

"Japanese men aren't very attentive and don't show their feelings, but hosts treat you like a princess.

"The customers are buying affection," shrugged ex-host Ken Ichijo on the terrace of his penthouse flat.

"We're selling them dreams, so you lie about loving them in return for serious money," added the 38-year-old club manager, freshly blow-dried and shirt open to reveal a medallion.

After all that's how you get her to come to the club and spend money," Takami explained.

Host clubs are a billion industry in Japan with some 800 venues nationwide.