“ Port city Yokohama
and the charm of ancient city Kamakura ”
Yokohama is the pathway to the world, and has been filled with exotic styles and atmosphere since ancient times, always filled with travellers. It is also the city with the second largest population in Japan, flourishing and convenient, filled with fashion, shopping choices, and international cuisine. The European buildings in Yamanote Region brings smiles to faces with its beautiful western houses and blooming roses. Sunset in the port city fills the skies with colours, while the neon lights of the city compliment the glamour of your dresses. The ancient city of Kamakura is a favourite weekend leisure destination for Japanese locals that provides the beauty of the beach and nature. The sight of the ocean and traditional tram add to the feeling of travel. Hum a tune while enjoying the natural scenery that has flourished for hundreds and thousands of years, while cleansing the mind in temples. Last but not least, visit the 4 kms of white sand on the beach, and take a picture within this dating paradise. In addition, sites such as the century-old Sankeien Garden, the sacred location for Japanese traditional performance art Kuraki Noh Stage, The 700-year-old Jochiji Temple, all add to the beauty of the scene, a great travelling destination filled with culture and tradition.
- Western House
Yamashita Park is the most representative park in Yokohama. With the breeze on the face, you can see the developing and flourishing area: Minato Mirai 21, where visitors can also rest and relax on the large lawns.
Yamanote Region is filled with western housings and a place to experience international atmosphere. The architecture within this area is filled with exotic styles, a tourist site that best represents the characteristics of Yokohama.
Osanbashi International Passenger Terminal
Speaking of a place to enjoy the beauty of Yokohama Port while being a great location for photography, Osanbashi International Passenger Terminal of Yokohama comes to mind. This is a popular photography location that best combines Minato Mirai 21 and Yamashita Park.
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Shichirigahama Beach is a 3km beach located within Kamakura City. In addition to Enoshima Island, you can even see Mount Fuji, Izu Oshima, and Miura Peninsula in good weather, all of which add to the beauty of your wedding shoot.
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The spacious Sankeien Garden includes seventeen Japanese buildings, ten of which are national important culture properties, three Tangible Cultural Properties listed by Yokohama. The different seasonal sights combined with the historical sites and the beauty of nature, no wonder is Sankeien Garden listed as the most popular tourist site.
Sankeien Garden (Tea Room)
Through special application process, visitors can see the valuable historical sites, and even enter the century-old Japanese garden for interior photography. Since the location has historically the space where cultural individuals gather, the exquisitely designed Japanese garden is also assessable for your enjoyment.
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Kuraki Noh Stage
Kuraki Noh Stage was established in 1917 in Tokyo Hibiya, and was moved to its current location in 1965. Three sides of the garden is near the mountains, while pathways are designed along the ponds and streams for visitors to enjoy the changing sceneries of the seasons, the bird songs and fragrance of flowers.
The Jochiji Temple was built in 1283, and is one of the historical temples of the Kamakura region. It is an important historical site in Japan both for its historical and cultural value. Even in the popular tourist seasons of Kamakura region, Jochiji Temple remains tranquil, a secret photography location in the midst of a bustling area.
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The most recommend package to take
pre-wedding photos in attractive city Yokohama!