During the peak of the autumn season in Japan, the leaves of the maple trees and ginkgo trees turn red and yellow. The autumn hues make for a beautiful scene at every turn.
If you've ever walked through the famous Meiji Jingu Shrine in Tokyo, or the Kamigamo Shrine in Kyoto, you may have spotted a group of people wearing traditional kimono. The Shinto shrines in Japan are open to different ceremonies year round, one of them being weddings! Weddings or "kekkonshiki" (結婚式) in Japanese, range from western to traditional in approach. This article will give you a glimpse into the traditional version.
One of the challenges you're likely to face when it comes to taking your wedding photos is deciding where to take them! Of course, there are many settings in which to take beautiful, romantic photos, however, one you may be surprised we recommend is... bridges! What better way to show the coming together of two happy people?
Cherry blossoms are known throughout the world as the pretty pink flowers that only bloom in spring! In Japan they are referred to as "sakura" and usually start blooming around the beginning of April, depending on the location. The beautiful flowers make for absolutely stunning photo settings!
Seasonal photo shooting in Japan! Every season offers something different and unique. In this article we show you the must-see features of spring, summer, autumn, and winter in Japan that you need to know to get the best shots of the season.
The Kansai region of Japan is a very popular tourist destination renowned for its delicious food and gorgeous scenery. Its largest city Kyoto, the former capital of Japan, is the quintessential place for tradition and culture in the land of the rising sun. It is abundant with beautiful architecture, gardens, and scenic spots.