After their gorgeous wedding in St. Andrew’s Church, Kyoto, Derek and Cathy changed into traditional Japanese […]
This brilliant couple Derek & Cathy who held their wedding in Taiwan, decided to have another ceremony at […]
19th September to 23rd September was one of Japan’s longest public holidays, also known as Silver Week. This is also the period where many wedding venues get busy, and our church was no exception! Our professional videographer documented this couple’s Silver Week wedding beautifully.
Autumn is the season for maple leaves, and there is no more beautiful place this season in Kyoto than the Bota […]
Today, I’m going to introduce you about Pre-wedding photo with beautiful locations continuously in Kobe. […]
Mr. and Mrs. Yamawaki’s pre-wedding photos have a vintage, nostalgic feel to them, especially so because the couple was draped in magnificent kimonos and shot in wonderfully preserved attraction spots with old Japanese charm.
In Japan, it’s quite common to see people dressed up in kimono and walking around town, even if there weren’t any special occasion. But for this couple, it’s a cause for celebration as they strutted around town decked up in elegant kimonos and took their pre-wedding shots. Although it was raining on the day of the shoot, Mr. and Mrs. Noda did not let that dampen their mood. Instead, the rain made for even more beautiful shots as the ground glistened and brightened the photos!
Spring is a great season for wedding photo shoots for many reasons; the great weather, the beautiful sun, flowers blooming everywhere… and the list goes on. In Japan, the land of the rising sun and cherry blossoms, you can expect lots of couples rushing to capture the fleeting cherry blossoms in full bloom in celebration of their love that has blossomed and matured. While cherry blossoms come and go every spring, we hope Mr. and Mrs. Kawamura’s love will never stop blooming!