Hey guys, I hope no one minds my post. I read through some earlier posts to try to get answers but some of them were dated and not really specific to my situation. I'm flying to Japan for a week and a half soon. I've got a room pre-ordered (You'd have to pm me to get the exact location), but it's in Tokyo, and I'll only be in that city for a couple of days. I'm really looking forward to seeing the country, but I was also wondering if I could spend some time with a Japanese girl. I used to be able to pick girls up without much effort (in other countries), but now I'm a disabled vet (nothing too serious- I just have to walk with a cane for the next 6 months until my physical therapy is done) and that turns women off like nothing else. It'd be nice to actually get to spend time with a woman. I'm too self-conscious to approach women right now. I'm not saying I'd hire an escort, but if I did, I'd want to know what to do. I know to be clean (I'm always hygenic) and I've been known to be overly polite. Some things concern me though. If I were to stay in Ikebukuro, would that be too far out of the way? How much Japanese would I need to know? I've become a "sweet guy" (yuck), primarily just due to my having to concentrate on my leg. So no worries about me being rude, tardy, disrespectful, etc. Finally, I'm very concerned about issues of legality. I don't wanna break laws and get into trouble. I don't want to end up with unnecessary trouble, or have to fight off thugs, which I am incapable of right now. I guess this is the only time I will ever get to see Japan. I'd like to have some fun while I'm there. Maybe it will help me get my confidence back for when I come back home. I'm not a bad looking guy, intelligent, kind, etc. I just can't attract women like I used to, and that sucks since I'm not even 30 years old. Any help or guidance would be appreciated. I don't wanna cause any trouble during what I hope will be a break from a hard time. Please pm me if you think it would help. I'd be very,very grateful. With all that said, I'm still unsure about everything.