Shin, Tokyo | Bachelor of the Week

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Shin, friendly guy and those cute naughty eyes plus strong thighs who thinks ”life is boring without any challenges’, agree with him?. He’s always up to something new & keen on learning different cultures & making new friends every where he goes. Let’s get to know Mr. Friendly from Tokyo a little better, shall we? 🙂

“I love reading books and I’m now writing some articles. I want to continue doing this because my dream job is to become a writer. I’m into fitness & exercise to manage my shape physically and mentally. I believe that exploring new things gives a lot of opportunities to grow to a better person.”

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BASIC

1. Living in?

Tokyo

2. From?

Tokyo, Japan

3. Profession?

Web Media Director (Online & Offline)

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ABOUT

4. Three apps which you are addicted to?

Apple Music, Instagram
& LINE

5. Favorite part of your body?

My Back

6. Which part of a hot guy catches your eye the most?

His legs & butt

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LUST

7. Three things which will get you into bed?

Sweet attitude, charming & Good personality

8. Your weirdest turn on?

Cute hair (I don’t know why)

9. The strangest place you have done it?

In the dormitory room when I was a high school student (yep!, I was young & curious 😉

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LOVE

10. Three qualities in your perfect boyfriend?

Humble, Faithful
& Ambitious

11. Dealbreaker (Something he does which prevents you dating him)?

Kiss & tell

12. How long have you been single?

I’ve been single for a long…long time lol

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TRAVEL TOKYO

13. Three reasons to visit?

1) Mix culture of both new tech & traditional
2) Skyscrapers (Roppongi hills, Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo tower)
3) yummy Japanese foods & drink

14. When is the best time to visit?

Tokyo is very beautiful in every season and for me, Spring is the best! (We have outside-party every weekend with “Sakura” which is a japanese cherry blossom)

15. What’s your recommended must do attraction?

1. Tokyo Water Bus (from Asakusa to Odaiba)
2. Ghibuli Museum & Doraemon Museum
3. Metropolitan Government Building (Tocho) with a great view (and it’s free 😉
4. Tokyo Disneyland & Tokyo DisneySea

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DRINK TOKYO

16. Favorite night to party?

Friday & Saturday

17. Where would you go?

(For LGBT) Wordup Bar, The Clubhouse, CoCoLo Cafe, Arty Farty And adovocates Bar
(For Gay Party) Shangri-la (ageHa) and Aisotope lounge

18. What’s special about it?

Fun & sophisticated mood with Japanese culture

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SLEEP TOKYO

19. Which neighborhood is best to stay in?

Shinjuku, Shibuya, Marunouchi & Roppongi

20. Whats special about that neighborhood?

It’s a busy street & there are many good shops (just looking around is also very fun)

21. If you were a tourist visiting which hotel would you stay in?

Park Hyatt Tokyo Hotel

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Shin & his experience as a gay man

“My first admission happened about 8 years ago. Telling everyone about my true identity made me totally feel so much better! Because I was able to share my privacy with my colleagues and that made our friendship more intimate & open. I don’t want to lie, I want to be honest with them and that’s the reason why I came out.

There is always a problem when someone come out in Tokyo, because of a bad impression that being gay is not normal. In my case, I explained to my friends and colleagues that they are not the only unique people. Now you can travel in Japan and feeling safe, nothing wrong will happen to you because of your sexuality. I must say that Japanese people are very kind to all visitors. So don’t be afraid of going to clubs,  bars or anywhere else 🙂 ”

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