By Bridie Pearson-jones For Mailonline. Down on their luck singles in Japan have taken a very modern approach to dating - by signing up to a service that matches their DNA with a potential mate. Nozze, a Tokyo-based matchmaking service that's been running for more than 25 years, launched a DNA matching course in January and has seen hundreds of singletons sign up in the hope they'll find their perfect genetic match. The singles hope to find a partner well matched to their HLA - a gene complex with more than 16, variations that's related to the immune system.
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Multiple singles participating in a recent speed-dating party in Japan were able to find their match with the help of some robot assistants. Technology firm Sharp and media company Cyber Agent reportedly came up with the dating solution for those who are inexperienced or unconfident in talking to new people. Talking robots aided potential couples in keeping conversations flowing smoothly during the dates at the speed-dating event.
While the national government may not be sponsoring its own matchmaking efforts, it will be support local governments sponsoring speed-dating events, the Japan Times reports. The number of births in Japan fell to a record low for the fourth year in a row, with just over one million newborns in compared to 1. The birthrate has fallen from 4. Other measures include expanding the scope of free nursing care, building more fertility centers, and increasing paternity leave. Write to Charlotte Alter at charlotte.