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Saturday, February 26, 2011

The everlasting vow



 The mysterious gate is opened.
 There may be delight on the way. And probably sorrow?

 Yes. There will be all there.





 Please do not untie the knot.
 Please share all.

 There is all in your hands.




 Ambages pleases you two.
 It is not pains by any means.

 Slowly...  So. You two had better walk it gently.


 Japanese wedding customs

48 comments:

  1. These shots are great!
    Thanks for showing us the beautiful japanese culture.
    Have a good weekend!

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  2. Beautiful! The traditional costumes are amazing.

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  3. ...hermosisimas imágenes de unas tradiciones interesantes...un abrazo...

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  4. Ruma, muy agradecido por mostrarnos a través de tu objetivo, y estas visuales capturas, la cultura china. Que tengas un estupendo fin de semana. Cordial saludo.
    Ramón

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  5. Thank you for these beautiful photos of this wedding. Their life together will hold joy and sorrow and they wind their way through together ...and so much beauty.

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  6. !learn and share knowledge! Beautiful! Ruma, have a nice weekend!
    Pat.mm

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  7. Ces costumes sont magnifiques , à faire rêver , je ne connais `peu près pas ces coutumes, mais c'est magnifique !

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  8. I really enjoyed your post, Ruma.

    Gorgeous traditional costumes!!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  9. How nice Ruma....
    like the culture....
    great shots...

    grtz Nieske

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  10. Such beauty and elegance. Really enjoyed these gorgeous photographs. East and west are so different. Thank you Ruma!
    I wish you a wonderful weekend!
    Hugs Yolanda

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  11. Nice photos about an interesting event!
    Have a good weekend!

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  12. Elegant and beautiful wedding costumes.
    Thanks to let us know them.
    Have a nice week-end, Ruma !

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  13. Nice ceremony and very interesting culture
    thanks have a nice weekend

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  14. Hi ruma,
    They say future cannot be allowed to see, but look at their happily shining faces! Bon voyage for their rosy future! Thank you for sharing your great photos and words.
    Have a great weekend!

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  15. The traditional costumes are amazing. Wonderful photos & words! Thank you, Ruma

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  16. What a great view !!!!!!!! Beautiful this traditional clothes, many greetings!

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  17. hey Ruma,
    thank you for sharing all these magical moments!
    light be with you

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  18. Thank you for sharing, Ruma! It's interesting and I love the colors of the dresses.

    Have a nice weekend!

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  19. Awesome post Ruma, I'm enchanted!You know how much I appreciate Japanese culture.
    Thank you.
    Joo

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  20. Gracias por mostrar estas costumbres ,son preciosas las fotos
    Un abrazo

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  21. I Japan,more and more couples have a ceremony at church, and it is seldom to be seen such a traditional style. Thank you for sharing your nice photos.

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  22. Congratulations on their future life. I am always glad to see young Japanese respecting and following old traditions.
    Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful weekend.
    Yoshi from Japan

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  23. Es muy bonito conservar las tradiciones antiguas, en este caso de la boda, con esos coloridos trajes tradicionales y el lugar donde se celebra.
    Un abrazo.

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  24. Dear Ruma, hi
    Very touching!
    Your photos are wonderful, but also your words!
    Have a nice weekend
    Thank you
    Magda from Greece

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  25. Amiga, muito lindo!!!
    Suas fotos estão maravilhosas como sempre...
    Bom fim de semana!
    °º♫ Beijinhos ღ°º
    ♥°º
    .•♥¸.•´•

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  26. Wonderful words - wonderful shot!
    You've got a really interesting society!
    Have a nice day!

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  27. Hello Ruma!!!! Traditional customes are beautiful.GREAT!!!!!! Kisses from Spain.

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  28. Por aquí ando otro domingo más. Siempre genial las cosas que nos dejas.

    Saludos y un abrazo.

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  29. Alô Ruma, as fotos estão maravilhosas!
    Acho lindas essas manifestações da tradição cultural. Quanta elegância!!!
    Parabéns

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  30. I think that reportage with your mix of images and words is the best of you! Thank you Ruma!
    You gave me the sense and atmosphere of celebrations in your country!
    I wish you all my best from Romania!

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  31. · Appears to be an important ceremony.
    Good photos.

    · Greetings

    CR & LMA
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  32. I like the oriental traditions and I think a wedding is the most beautifgl traditions that exist. Thanks for show us. Greetings

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  33. WOW! This must be Meiji Jingu Shrine!! I also posted about the traditional wedding ceremony held there last May. I once attended one of my friends' wedding at the shrine and it was really fantastic!! Thank you, ruma, for sharing those beautiful photos!

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  34. Thank you for the great opportunity to see this wedding ceremony. I love the costumes.

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  35. Un reportaje muy interesante que nos ofrece la oportunidad de disfrutar a través de tus imágenes

    Abrazos

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  36. The color of attire of those who are in the procession are mostly white, red and black, which are simply beautiful against natural wood color of the shrine and show purity, joy, and dignity.

    Happy wedding!

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  37. What beautiful photographs, Ruma. The kimonos are so exquisite. I always love seeing this part of your culture, the traditions that are ingrained in your people. I wish we had more of that.

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  38. Fotos que traducen fielmente la seriedad del momento y el respeto a las tradiciones muy arraigadas en vuestro pueblo.

    Un gran documento.



    Un abrazo.

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  39. Wonderful photos Ruma! This looks like a very beautiful and interesting ceremony.

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  40. Lindo as fotos. Obrigada por compartilhar coisas tão belas.
    Estou aprendendo com voce.
    Adoro hai-kais.

    Um abraço,

    Ma Ferreira - Brasil

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