bridal uchikake avaIn the past, Japanese samurai brides often wore plain white kimonos on their wedding day, but at some point, they changed into something much more colorful and decorative. Here’s an example of such a bridal kimono – vivid color, beautiful print that makes the bride’s back worth staring at during the whole wedding ceremony, and deeply symbolic images. This garment is 100 years old, although it’s so lovely many brides even today would agree to wear it to the wedding.

Wedding ava2This article will tell you about the Japanese wedding ceremony in detail. It is a beautiful and meaningful event. Today, not many Japanese couples have this traditional ceremony, with all the ancient rituals, folk garments, and symbolism. And it’s a pity. You definitely must see the authentic Japanese wedding ceremony because, who knows, it might disappear in several decades.