Western-style wedding

More than 90% of the Japanese are Buddhists, but Western-style weddings are overwhelmingly popular at weddings.

If you think about it, it seems to be a contradiction, but it started to take root decades ago, and nowadays few people feel uncomfortable.

Ceremony at church

Western-style weddings that are often held in churches .

The bride and groom are dressed in a white wedding dress and black tie. The basic flow is that when the bride walks along the virgin road with her father to the groom, the groom and father touch the baton there. The ceremony is over when the attendees stand up, hymns are sung, a priest preaches, a couple is signed, and a vow kiss is made. The bride and groom may be nervous because the atmosphere is harsh from beginning to end.