Musician for Weddings Celebration

Traditional Musician Play Shamisen and Shinobue (Flute).

Make Your Ceremony Indulged in Old Times.

Musician for Weddings Celebration

Traditional Music Played by Shamisen and Shinobue (Flute) Make A Special Wedding Ceremonies.

Indulged in Old Times.

Before even choosing a style of wedding, like everywhere in the world Japanese couples also have to sit down and decide on a date. However, unlike their European counterparts, Japanese brides-and grooms-to-be don’t get emotional over dates, but choose the date for their wedding based on, rokuyo – calendar notes that are supposed to tell the daily fortune.
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Musician for Weddings Celebration
Musician for Weddings Celebration

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Those six little kanji (Chinese characters), which are written repeatedly under each date in Japanese calendars, range from shakku (bad omen) to taian (the best in Rokuyo), said to be the most suitable day to have a wedding. Accordingly, having a wedding on a Saturday that is marked with “taian” will most likely bring the couple a lot of luck for their marriage, but also means they may have to pay twice the price for the ceremony and reception because it is such a popular date. 

Besides the dates, like elsewhere Japanese brides also have a concrete vision of their wedding and so choosing the right month is an important first step to fulfilling their dreams. “June brides” are a tradition that date back to Roman times and survived across the centuries due to the weather in Europe usually being lovely during that time of the year, as well as because June offers a range of flowers in full bloom. As Western culture has an impact on various parts of Japanese traditions, the idea of becoming a “June bride” has stuck with Japanese women and June in Japan has become a month with a lot of weddings.

But fate would have it that June also marks the peak of rainy season, so that instead of relaxing at their very own sunny garden-wedding, Japanese couples get busy finding a venue to celebrate their wedding day with dry feet and – again – have to pay a fortune compared to weddings held during unpopular months like August, December or January.
Once the date is set, the next question to arise is which style of wedding it should be! In European countries this question usually refers to the location and decoration, whereas in Japan it is about how Japanese people get married. Officially, there are four styles of weddings in Japan however elements of the three major traditions – Shinto, Buddhism and Christian – tend to be practiced side-by-side.

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