Cherry Blossoms: Wedding Planning and Décor

Cherry Blossoms can bring a gorgeous flair to any wedding. Planning for a wedding is generally a big endeavor. Whether you’re going for a traditional white wedding or not, the pressure runs high to satisfy all the expectations in a single day. It’s no secret that beneath the facade of perfect weddings are the messy…

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Personalized Sake Cups for Corporate Events

Have you imagined drinking wine from a box? Or perhaps using wonderful favor boxes to your events? You might want to get into an Asian-inspired idea of using wooden boxes. Try our Personalized Sake Cups! Wooden sake boxes are simple yet unique favors that you can use for your corporate events. Japanese Style would love to introduce wooden sake cups or masu.…

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Sake Cups and Engraved Chopsticks

So you’re having a Japanese-themed party. This means that you get to indulge in the freshest sushi and sashimi. You get to feast on succulent rolls, as well as donburi, tempura, maybe some sukiyaki, and udon. A Japanese-themed party is definitely not complete without sake, so prepare to imbibe copious amounts of it. You’ll need Sake Cups…

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Decorating Weddings with Paper Fans

Having a hard time choosing a theme that will make your wedding memorable? Worry no more because a stylish Japanese wedding concept has finally come your way. With elegant decorations that are still within your budget, you can transport your guests from the reception hall to the Land of the Rising Sun. Paper Fan perfect…

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Chopstick Wedding Favors

Looking for a unique and inexpensive way to add an Asian flair to your next party or event? Try our bulk chopsticks! These practical chopstick wedding favors can serve the purpose of eating utensils as well as a way for your guests to remember your special day. These chopsticks come in a variety of colors and…

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Top Unique Wedding Favors

Planning a wedding is all about the little touches. You have the lights, the music, the food, but what about the wedding favors? In today’s Pinterest-inspired world, it is becoming increasingly difficult to find unique details to make your wedding stand apart. That is why we created this list of the top five wedding favors,…

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Japanese Wedding Traditions: San San Kudo

Japanese culture is rich in tradition, and wedding ceremonies are no exception. Many couples wear traditional kimonos and perform the San San Kudo’s binding ceremony, which translates as “three three nine times.” San San Kudo began in the 1600s and is one of the oldest ceremonial wedding traditions. Performing San San Kudo Wedding Ceremony This ceremony is…

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Japanese Hand Fans

Japanese hand fans are an important symbol in Japan. Warriors used them to form weapons, actors and dancers for performances, and children as toys. In Japan, fans are given to others as presents and serve as trays for holding gifts. You would also find them sometimes used in religious ceremonies and events. The Japanese believe that the…

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Fans and Parasols: The Perfect Japanese Gifts

Japanese culture and heritage involve not only traditional practices but also instruments and elements. Everything in Japan from chopsticks, to kimonos, has a great cultural meaning and significance, which deserves full recognition and respect. In this aspect, we can attest that every Japanese-inspired item is a great learning tool in really understanding Japan in its…

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Creating a Modern Flare in Traditional Japanese Weddings

Nowadays, Western-style ceremonies have become a popular choice for couples in Japan. A Western-style ceremony consists of a stereotypical chapel wedding with a priest or minister officiating the wedding. While this practice does not necessarily violate any law in Japan, it does, however, overlook the fact that traditional Japanese wedding practices are often neglected due…

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