Japanese culture, and its cosmovision are strongly rooted on the observation of nature, and the seasons of the year are a fundamental part of it. In many aspects the japanese cultural understanding of time, brith and death is strongly related to the seasons. The stark contrast from one season to the next, the representative sounds, smells and colors of each one of the four, the vibrant (yet ephemeral) floral displays of the sakuras in spring, or the cicada’s crying in summer, are all reminders of the pass of time and the fragility of life.
One of those expressions of time within nature are the autumn leaves, which, with their beautiful gradations, announce with great beauty the end of the year, the end of the present cycle, and the new revolution that will soon come. The autumn leaves (or kouyou 紅葉）are like nature’s celebratory fireworks, for a good year that is about to pass.
Under this fireworks the formal garments of the groom and the bride resonate with beauty and force.
Maybe even more popular than the sakura season, autumn is one of the top choices for Japanese newlyweds. We encourage anyone that wishes to have their photos with the autumn leaves to make a reservation as soon as possible, as dates quickly become full.
The Japanese formal bridal kimonos are a piece of fashion that suits anyone. If you are thinking about doing something elegant, yet different from the norm this is a great option for you.
We accept costumers from all over the world. Our next great nature event is the Sakura season, which is even shorter than the autumn leaves. If you are intersted in these beautiful flowers be sure to contact us as soon as possible, since we are already having requests and taking reservations.
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