The term gōkon comes from the Japanese words konpa (a party for members of a single group, class, or club) and gōdō ("together", "combination").
Generally speaking, gōkon are not primarily intended to result in one-night stands (something more associated with nanpa), but rather for making friends and possibly forming long-term relationships.
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Generally, a single man and woman who know each other organize the gōkon in advance, each agreeing to bring three or four eligible friends.
The venue is usually a restaurant, an izakaya, or anywhere people can eat, drink and make a bit of noise.
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