You’re never too old to fall in love.
That’s what Yoji Kawamura figured after retiring at the age of 62 and deciding that part-time work and his new hobbies of photography and computers weren’t enough to fill his days.
Yoji Kawamura, 65, looks at his page on www.match.com in Tokyo in this picture taken April 7, 2008
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