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"Wedding Kimono" Japan Local Custom Tip by manuelEB

Japan Local Customs: 477 reviews and 616 photos

  DanaRo in kimono
by manuelEB
 
 

Wearing a wedding kimono seems to be a ritual for girls coming to the Archipelago. A way to get in touch with japanese traditions:
a woman has to walk three-four step behind her husband!!!

A great business here, in Japan, are "Wedding Halls", where very well planned weddings (all religions at once) and parties take place in exactly two hours 5 minutes. No more!!!.
Have I ever talked about my old idea of going into lucrative business? I am thinking in "Divorcing Halls". Nice sayonara parties in two hours 30 minutes (no more!), soft drinks and teartful speeches included...

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  • Written Oct 9, 2003
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