Hatch dating app review – Hatch dating app Japan
I’ve been using the Hatch dating app for a few weeks and find it very similar to Tinder while also having some similarities to Bumble. For example the feature where the girls have to write you before you can send them a message. This eliminates a lot of the hard work and allows the women think they are in control.
In the same way as tinder, you swipe for matches (hatches ;’D). Once you hatch with someone you wait for the girls to write you. If she doesn’t write within 24 hours you will get unmatched, same if you don’t respond within 24 hours.
Hatch seems to be more popular with younger girls compared to Bumble. When using the Hatch dating app Japan version you will encounter an endless amount of young girls who wants to take advantage of the fact that you are an English speaker. I can’t even count the amount of messages I’ve received in English even thought my profile biography is all in Japanese.
The most popular message I’ve received is “Hi, how are you doing?” Or a similar variation of the same message. A couple of times I’ve even received that same question several times during the same conversation. This made me come to a couple of conclusions about the people utilizing the Hatch dating app Japan version.
Their English skill is very basic.
Most girls only know English to the extent where they can communicate basic greetings and do simple smalltalk.
They want to practice and learn more.
The fact that they reach out even tho their skill is of a very low level tells me that they are willing if not even eager to learn and practice English. Which is a great thing if your Japanese is not very good.
They seem to enjoy small talk and using their basic level of English. Many of them if not most seem to avoid any deeper level of communication and regress to small talk as soon as it gets too difficult for them to follow.
Both in the Hatch dating app Japan as well as in other dating apps such as Bumble and Tinder. Young Japanese girls seem to run away if you ask them complicated or deep questions . I’ve experimentet with a lot of different approaches to see the reaction to different types of messages. Thus I found that the best approach often is to rock the small talk.
Sending messages such as “What does happiness mean to you?” Or “What are your biggest goals and dreams?” Seem to scare them away. Asking about their favourite food or TV show on the other hand seems to engage them in a heated session of expressing their meaningless opinions about everyday things.
My conclusion is that most young Japanese people are very shallow compared to the girls I’m used to from back in Europe. This is not necessarily a bad thing tho it does not align with the type of girls I’m looking for.
Hatch dating app review
Comparing Hatch to the other dating apps I’ve tried. I would say that the Hatch dating app is just a worse Tinder for hooking up and a worse Bumble for finding quality people. The biggest pro might be the lack of competition, since it’s less popular than Tinder you might find less guys using it, especially foreign guys. This means that there’s a smorgasbord of young, cute and willing Japanese girls for you to choose between.