Japan may not
be one of the first countries you think of for your wedding abroad, but the
combination of tradition, heritage and beautiful landscapes make this
eastern country perfect for those looking to get married abroad in a country
like no other.
Wedding ceremonies in Japan are not legally binding (once you submit your
paperwork you are then married, no ceremony required), so, unless you are
resident in Japan, you will have to legally marry at home. But this just
means you can have your ceremony anywhere you like – how about high up on a
mountain while hiking in the mountains, in a traditional Japanese garden
surrounded by carefully tended plants and flowers, or perhaps you'd like to
marry in a pagoda overlooking a tranquil lake?
Whether you choose to get married in springtime when the cherry blossom is
out, summer when it's clear and warm, autumn when the leaves turn and fall,
or choose a winter wedding in the snow - Japan has a season to suit every
Take a look at our Wedding Providers in
Japan below for more information.
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Business Type: Wedding Planners
Bridal elegance in an authentic Japanese setting – a traditional wedding
ceremony in Kyoto at one of the city’s beautifully tranquil shrines and
temples is an unforgettable experience. At Kyoto Weddings, all of this is
now accessible to international couples.
We are the only
wedding planning service exclusively serving international guests. We can
customize your experience to suit your needs, whether it’s a lavish Shinto
shrine wedding in gorgeous bridal kimono or a private ceremony at a Zen
temple. We can also arrange honeymoon experiences such as exclusive
dinners with geisha or kimono photography plans to celebrate an
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