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The Jazzy Japanese Wedding


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Japanese WeddingJapanese wedding ceremonies can be either Buddhist or Shinto and are today usually followed by a western style reception. Modern weddings are absurdly expensive and can run to fancy price without too much effort. The most popular season for weddings is spring, particularly June and you often need to book places over a year in advance, especially if you are trying to book a ‘tomobiki’ day which is considered the most portentous day for a wedding. This day is calculated according to the ancient Japanese calendar and means ‘drawing friends’.

Arranged marriages

Even up until quite recently, marriages arranged by the parents of the child were not uncommon. A mutual friend often served as a go-between or matchmaker and the two young people met at specially arranged meetings to discuss their potential future and to meet each other. For many businessmen in particular, work, and getting to and from work, occupied so much of their time that they did not have the opportunity to meet partners.

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