Japan, home of the heated toilet seat, has bested our dusty old traditions yet again: women across the Pacific can now get married without a spouse.A Japanese travel agency had the idea that female travelers would pay for the real joy of a faux marriage while on vacation. The New York Post has the breakdown from CEN: “The two-day, $2,400 package offered in Kyoto includes hair and makeup service, dress fittings, a walk down the aisle with a model filling for a groom and a photo shoot.” Obviously, you have to lose the model for the honeymoon.Shockingly, most women who have gotten solo married already have actual boyfriends (or at least they did until they decided to get solo married). Let’s imagine that conversation for a second: “Hey babe, after we do Tokyo Disney, I’m going to get married and you aren’t invited.”Nagi Daisen, a 43-year-old businesswoman and one of the first solo brides told CEN, “I’ve been in a relationship for years but we’ve never gotten around to actually getting married. So I decided to do this for myself and it was amazing fun.” Cool! Doesn’t sound suspicious at all.If you don’t want to go the traditional white wedding route, another option in the package is to dress up as a geisha for your wedding to a random model. Just like you always dreamed!But what we really want to know is whether $2,400 is more or less than premium Tinder?