“ Yokohama, a pathway from Japan to the world ”
The port city stands as a pathway from Japan to the world, and has always been filled with people of exotic styles since ancient times. Yokohama is a flourishing city filled with fashion, shopping choices, and international cuisine; it is also a city that holds the second largest population in Japan. The European buildings in Yamanote Region bring smiles to faces with its beautiful houses decorated with blooming roses. Sunset in the port city fills the skies with different colors, while the neon lights of the city compliment the glamour of your dresses. The historical city of Kamakura is a favorite weekend leisure spot for Japanese locals because of its beautiful beaches. Hum a tune while enjoying the natural scenery that has flourished for hundreds and thousands of years. You can also visit one of the temples to cleanse your body and soul. In addition, places 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 traveling destination filled with culture and tradition.
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Yamashita Park is the most representative park in Yokohama, which stretches along Yokohama’s waterfront. Since most the park is made of green fields, you can rest and relax on the large lawns. There is also a large ocean liner beside the promenade, which adds a nice accent to the scenery.
Yamanote Region is a place to experience an international atmosphere. The western styled houses with architecture of exotic styles fills this area. It can be said that this is a location that best represent the characteristics of Yokohama.
The Osanbashi Pier is a popular photo location that best combines Minato Mirai 21 and Yamashita Park. Especially at night, the cityscape of Yokohama seen from here is breathtakingly beautiful. You will be able to enjoy not only the photo shoot, but also the beauty of Yokohama port.
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Shichirigahama Beach is a 3km long beach in Kamakura city. Since Enoshima Island and Mt. Fuji can be seen from this location, it was a popular spot among the ukiyo-e artists back in the Edo period. You can also see Izu Oshima and Miura Peninsula in good weather, all of which will add beauty to your wedding photos.
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This spacious Japanese garden in Yokohama includes numerous architectures listed as national important culture properties. The different seasonal sights combined with hitstorical buildings should be a perfect place to have your kimono photos taken.
Sankeien Garden (Tea Room)
For a more special experience, we will be able to reserve a private session at one of the historical tearoom. The Kakushokaku, a room historically used for serving guests, welcomes your visit.
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Kuraki Noh Stage
Kuraki Noh Stage is located on the top of a small hill, and it was made to preserve traditional Japanese art performances such as Noh and Kyogen. In the garden, visitors may enjoy the changing sceneries of the seasons, the birds singing, and the fragrance of flowers.
The Jochiji Temple in Kamakura city was built in 1283. It is an important historical site for its historical and cultural value. But even in the peak season of tourists in Kamakura, Jochiji Temple remains very peaceful, a secret photography location in the midst of a bustling area.
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pre-wedding photos in attractive city Yokohama!