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Prefectures that go around with dad activities


Where was the best prefecture in which I lived as a dad?

Tokyo is still extremely cold.

Especially at night, when the wind is strong, just walking normally makes my face freeze.

By the way, where do you live? (I am in Tokyo) I think there are women in various places all over the country who are working as dads.

However, the amount of money each country can earn and the quality of dads you can meet should be different.

I am from all over Japan, from Hokkaido in the north to Okinawa in the south.

I didn't go around all of them and meet Papa.

However, unexpectedly, they appear in cities called urban areas such as Fukuoka, Nagoya, Osaka, Tokyo, and Kanagawa.

And I have made contracts with Papa in various cities.

Of course, when I go to the countryside from Tokyo where I live, it's completely "business trip style".

Based on such experiences, I have a theory that it was good to live as a dad in this city to some extent.

I want to tell you that.

However, I have not traveled all over the country, so please understand that.

And don't forget that this is just my opinion based on my experience.

The lower you go on the map of Japan, the bigger the shot. (point to Kyushu)

First of all, I have done papa katsu in Fukuoka.

In other words, the father I met has a company in Fukuoka, and I come to Tokyo occasionally.

It was during that time that I met my dad.

Therefore, please understand that it is not a form of living in Fukuoka and being a dad.

When I first met him, the Fukuoka dialect was really good and easy to understand.

However, what?

There is a bit of a husband's kanpaku place, and the attitude changes completely from around 2 to XNUMX weeks after signing the contract (we met several times).

All of a sudden, the tone became commanding, and there were many conversations like, "It's only natural for a woman in Fukuoka to do this."

Of course, I think it's bad that I couldn't do it, but I started to feel a little dissatisfied even if I was asked for everything in the few times I met.

And it became a flow to cancel the contract at the end of the first few times.

The trigger for canceling the contract was a rush of phone calls from jealousy.

I was a little scared.

I still have that impression.

I am not saying that all men in Fukuoka are like that, and I would like to believe that they are not.

However, the first shot was like that, and the guy from Fukuoka I met after that had a similar feeling.

Fukuoka has a selfish image of being "manly", but when it comes to dad activities, he "has an image of being angry" when things don't go his way.

That's why I'm a little weak.

In Nagoya, one blow is amazing.

Anyway, Nagoya has an image of showing off.

Therefore, it is an image that gives you a great allowance at the time of the first contract.

Even when I first met someone, I would normally be happy if they would give me 5 to 1 yen for their feet, but people from Nagoya would give me 2 yen.

Anyway, it's the nicest thing I've ever experienced when it comes to payments.

However, there is a weak point.

It doesn't last long.

In other words, it is not stable.

Well, it would be nice if it continued, but from my experience, after about 1-XNUMX months, the price will gradually drop, and the grade of the store that takes you will start to drop considerably.

It's just my prediction, but the image is that it's too hard at first and it's getting painful later.

Therefore, if you are looking for a short-term contract, Nagoya is recommended.

However, it is dangerous to make a long-term contract and try to eat only with this person. (Be sure to insure several people.)

I contracted with about 4 men from Nagoya, but all 4 of them ended up canceling their contracts within half a year.

Anyway, I have never met a person who has been with me for half a year since I met him. (In my case, it is a story to say.)

What about Kansai?

I have contracted with people from Osaka and Kyoto in the past. (about 3 people)

What'll we do.

If I say this, I might get scolded by the amazing Kansai people.

I am afraid of words, and I have an image of being petty.

At first, he was very kind, caring, gentle and impeccable.

However, as a few days pass and you get used to it, the image of the language becomes rough anyway.

Maybe it's because I'm from Tokyo.

Don't you think Kansai dialect is a bit strong for people in Tokyo?I feel angry. (He doesn't seem angry.)

That's why, the conversation starts with the strength of those words, so I'm scared and can't say anything, and I'm tired, so I can't even live as a dad.

And if you get used to it, it will be added even more.

For example, when you go into a store and buy something, even though it's not a store that offers discounts, you'll start saying something like, "Is this going to be cheaper?"

When I asked about it, I was told that it was normal in Kansai.

I myself felt a little embarrassed, and the allowance was negotiated tremendously. (Since we're such good friends, why not make it a little cheaper?)

I canceled my contract immediately.

After all, Tokyo is stable.

Ultimately, I think Tokyo is the best.

Anyway, in terms of working as a dad, Tokyo was the most stable place, including the conditions, when I looked at it for a long time.

Certainly, the further down you go, the more likely you are to be able to sign a contract with a papa who has a good first impression.

However, I feel that there is no point in being a dad unless you continue with one person for a long time.

Because if you don't do that, you'll have a lack of communication with your dad, and I think it will affect your allowance.

Besides, I thought Tokyo shouldn't be compared to other cities.

In the first place, the dimensions are different in many ways.

The rich population in Tokyo is amazing.

And since it lasts for a long time, you can sign a long-term contract with peace of mind.

Within a year of contracting in Tokyo, I have never experienced a case where the quality has deteriorated, including my dad's payment situation.

Maybe that's the part you can trust.

That's why I've never been bargained for reviewing the contract conditions.

I don't know, but maybe each city has a nice dad.

Maybe I just didn't meet him.

However, in my experience, there was no city that surpassed Papa's contract in Tokyo.

The language is also the basic standard language, and that is also a point that makes me feel at ease.

By all means, I would appreciate it if you could understand and read it as a "one example" for women who are going to be dads.

However, I think that some women may say that they are not good at standard Japanese.

I'm from Tokyo, so my opinion may be a little closer to the Kanto region, so please understand that.

The shock when I first learned about the dating club was amazing.Since then, I've been hooked.We will continue to transmit reality from a female perspective.

Articles by Kumiko Mine

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