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Wedding in Japan

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Difference between Japan and Overseas wedding’s

01. It is highly expensive.
The cost of attracting costomers in Japan is very high.They will have to charge more to the customer in order to collect it.
02. A quick decision is required.
[01] is only to collect costs .
The facility can not recover the cost ,if you do not apply for a wedding.They don’t want you to go to other wedding venue’s.
03. There are many intermediate margin’s occur in Japanese wedding’s.
In wedding facilities many related companies are involved and try to sell to people a wholesale with a added price.

As you know,when a company gets involved prices grow high.
Of the above is a typical example, it may be an unthinkable mechanism in your country but this is how the Japanese wedding industry works.

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Know the kimono

What is a kimono?
Is the meaning of wearing, a generic term for clothing that has existed in japan since ancient times.
Today in Japan, there is 「wafuku」and 「yofuku」that is used to pronounce clothes differently,
「Wa」is also a word that prefers to「Japan」,「Foreign」can be expressed by the word「Yo」.
Therefore, wafuku originated from Japan, from foreign countries are western style clothing.
Modern Japanese clothing are based from foreign origin,「yofuku」which is a commonly used outfit.

In modern days, wafuku and kimono can be addressed to have the same meaning.

白無垢(しろむく)
白無垢
Shiromuku
Shiromuku is a the most prestigious amongst japanese traditional kimono and can wear only at wedding’s.
It means repelling evil and engaging in a sacred wedding ceremony.
After the Meiji-era, western-style culture entered Japan, and during the shinzen ceremony, it became an established costume worn by brides.Kimono’s and accessories unified in white, and it is a traditional bridal gown with the meaning of「dying in any house style of the bride」「Junketsu muku=innocent」.
色打掛(いろうちかけ)
色打掛
Irouchikake
Irouchikake is a wedding costume was said to have used by women of warrior family from Muromachi-period.
It was commonly known since the Edo-period.
Originally, the irouchikake was a rank lower than shiromuku and it was used as a costume for recoloring, today there are many variations in colors and patterns, and it is treated as a formal dress of the same grade as shiromuku, and it is a gorgeous and popular costume.
紋付袴(もんつきはかま)
紋付羽織袴
Montsuki haori hakama
Speaking of men's kimono, there are Montsuki haori hakama.
Haori hakama with five black crests is a formal style, featuring five family crests on the left and right chest, both sleeves and back.
It can be worn at any time of the day or night.In addition to the types of crests, there are not only five black crests but also one crests, three crests, and hakama with color crests.
A hakama with a color pattern may be worn with a slightly more casual impression, such as dark blue, blue, or gray.
留袖(とめそで)
留袖
Tomesode
While furisode is the first dress for unmarried women, tomesode is the first dress for married women.
Kinofurisode is used in prestigious events.There are black and colored tomesode, black is a kimono often used when attending as a relative of a ceremonial occasion.
Also, colored tomesode are mainly used for celebration seats.
The difference between black tomesode is the colors used are abundant and similar to the visiting clothes but only the colored tomesode there is feature that only the hem has a pattern.
十二単
十二単
Junihitoe
Junihitoe(Itsutsunugi・Karanugi・Mo) are formal outfit for woman born in the Heian period.
It is said that many cultures unique to Japan have matured because of the lack of interaction with foreign countries during this period.
There are differences in shape and order of wearing Junihitoe depending on which era.
After a long period of change, such as Heian and Edo, it has become the appearance and dressing order of the Junihitoe nowadays.
Even today, it is worn as a ceremonial outfit in the Imperial Palace during weddings and coronations.
束帯
束帯
Sokutai
The costume for men in public places regarding to Junihitoe is "Sokutai".
It has a long history since the Heian period as a formal dress for men in the court.
The name comes from the fact that many layers of clothing are worn and bundle with a leather band decorated with stone and horns.

Know the shrine

A shrine is a ritual facility based on the progress of Shinto, a religion specific to Japan.
One of the features of the ritual is that it is very diverse, as it is called Yaorozu, meaning to as myriad
From sacred mountains, rivers and lakes, there are a wide variety of real and legendary characters, animals such as foxes, monkeys and whales.
There is also a shrine that worships the phallic statue as a symbol of prosperity.
Because there is no scripture etc., it will be different from the religion you envision.
To put it simply, it is a facility that expresses appreciation for things related to daily life.

As a precaution, there are shrines that require careful interpretation, so they are listed below.

・Yasukuni Shrine
The leader of World War II is enshrined.
You must be careful when using this shrine, as you are exposed to severe eyes from overseas every time.
・Nogi Shrine
As Japan modernizes, the army general “Nogi-san” who was active during the Meiji era is enshrined.
He is famous as a great personality but worships military personnel, so care must be taken in interpretation.

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