If you want to immerse in Kyoto’s spiritual spots sans crowd, Ōhara Shrine is a very private place where not even many locals know about, as it is slightly out of the central area. The shrine’s lush greenery – which we can imagine will turn into beautiful shades of red and orange when autumn arrives – welcomes visitors after they go through the shrine gate. Shiromuku – a white bridal kimono – goes best with Ōhara Shrine’s vibrant backdrop. We already can’t wait till fall to see how beautifully the leaves will change!
The strings of crane origami were handmade specially by our photography team! We are glad that they frame the couple and the shrine backdrop beautifully!
Ōhara Shrine is one of the only few spots in Kyoto where you can truly have the whole place to yourself. Great for those who want some privacy during their photo shoot
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