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  3. [Aoi Suites]【EXCLUSIVE】2-Nights, 3-Days Accommodation & BYO Outfit Photography Plan

[Aoi Suites]【EXCLUSIVE】2-Nights, 3-Days Accommodation & BYO Outfit Photography Plan

Starting from 1,510,800 JPY

A ceremony plan with everything you need, including attire and accessories with a professional photographer capturing your precious moments.
Including a 2 nights, 3 days accommodation in Aoi Nanzenji Bettei.

Adjacent to the renowned “Philosopher’s Path”, a picturesque walking trail in Kyoto, are the Aoi Nanzenji Bettei’s ‘Kangetsu-tei’ and ‘Kan-un-an’. We propose a special and luxurious wedding experience set amidst the beauty of the modern Japanese garden designed by Ogawa Harie, a pioneer in the field. You can also enjoy a ceremony at ‘Kō-unji,’ a temple with imperial connections on the property. Escape the hustle and bustle of the surrounding tourist destinations and savor a unique and tranquil experience in a world apart.

Wedding Ceremony

(Custom program)
(Officiated in English)

Wedding Dress

(Western style)

Wedding Suit

(Western style)

Outfit change to Japanese traditional attire

Outfit selection
(Bride – White Bridal Kimono or Colored Furisode, Groom – Black Montsuki)

Hair set and Makeup
(For the bride at the hotel you are staying)

Bouquet arrangement

Cake Cutting Ceremony

Toast Ceremony

Photography Session

(During Ceremonies and preferred location)

Private Transportation

(Hotel Roundtrip)

Translator Guide

Plan Details

Ceremony Related

⚫︎ Choose your wedding ceremony venue from inside the Kō-unji temple or the gardens of Aoi Villa’s Kangetsu-tei Nanzenji Bettei
⚫︎ Choose from an Elopement Wedding or Create an original plan including Traditional Japanese Ceremonies like ‘Katame-no-sakazuki’ (Nupital cup exchange) and ‘Cha-kon-shiki’ (Wedding tea ceremony) officiated in English.

Photography Related

⚫︎ Photography in and around the Nanzenji Bettei, Gardens, and the Nearby ‘Philosopher’s Path’
⚫︎ 2 hours and 30 minutes of photography, covering preparation, ceremony, and the photo session
⚫︎ Photo Data provided with retouching

Accommodation Related

⚫︎ Exclusive Rental of ‘Kangetsu-tei’ and ‘Kan-un-an’ for accommodation (Accommodates 12 Guests)
⚫︎ 2-night stay for the Bride and Groom at ‘Kangetsu-tei’ with breakfast included
⚫︎ Candle dinner for two(Choose from French, Italian or Japanese cuisine course in Kangetsu-tei or Kan-un-an or an external restaurant)

Optional Services:

⚫︎ Outfit rental plan with Translator Guide (2 Hours) – 33,000 JPY
Customer covers transportation fee to outfit salon
Outfit costs are to be paid by the customer on-site, credit cards

⚫︎ Ceremony Background Music: Keyboardist (1 person) – ¥11,000
For Ceremony, Cake & Champagne Ceremony – Approximately 40 minutes

Ceremony Progress

First Meet (5-7 minutes)

The highlight of the day is undoubtedly the “first meet.” Typically held before the ceremony, the couple comes together in a private and intimate setting. This emotional encounter is a poignant moment filled with excitement, nerves, and sheer joy as they see each other for the first time on their wedding day.


Ceremony (15-20 minutes)

Following the “first meet,” the couple, now dressed in their wedding attire, proceeds to the ceremony venue. Surrounded by loved ones, they exchange vows, symbolizing their commitment to each other. The ceremony is a heartwarming celebration of love, marked by music, readings, and the exchange of rings.


Traditional Japanese Celebratory Toast

In Japan, the tradition of sharing a cup of sake has long been a symbol of forging connections and deepening bonds. In traditional Japanese weddings, a significant ritual known as the “San San Kudo” involves a sake ceremony to signify the “proof” of marriage. This ceremony represents the past, present, and future, with sake poured into three different-sized cups representing small (the past), medium (the present), and large (the future).
In a slight variation inspired by this Japanese tradition, you will experience a ceremony where the couple alternately drinks from cups filled with sake, symbolizing the deepening of their bond. This ceremony does not carry any specific religious connotations and is designed to capture the essence of the Japanese style of celebrating relationships through the shared act of drinking sake.


Cake cutting and Champagne toast

The cutting of the wedding cake is a symbolic act, often followed by other cultural or personal traditions. These rituals add a personal touch to the celebration and create lasting memories for the couple and their guests.


Price & Reservation

[Aoi Suites]【EXCLUSIVE】2-Nights, 3-Days Accommodation & BYO Outfit Photography Plan
1,510,800 JPY
Rental Outfits: Assistance with Outfit Selection (OP)
33,000 JPY
Ceremony Background Music: Keyboardist (OP)
11,000 JPY