Wrapped in Japan


"Vow renewal", as you know, is a ceremony in which a married couple renews or reaffirms their wedding vows. Renewing the vows that you made will take you back with a fresh start, giving you a feeling of undiminished and heartfelt gratitude for each other.

It is popularly held on big wedding anniversaries like the 10th, 25th, or 50th, but can take place literally anytime you like after the actual wedding.

You could also hold it wherever you like. It is good to choose a place that is significant to the two of you. For example, the beach where you met each other for the first time, the restaurant where you regularly go on dates, the church that you attend together, or the house filled with family memories. Or better yet, a place that you are not familiar with. Vow renewal while traveling is ideal for a fresh start.

Vow renewal is available both anytime and anywhere in various ways. We have Japanese-style vow renewal. Why don't you renew your vows in Kyoto? When you visit Japan, don't miss a golden opportunity to strengthen your love.


We are sure you have a thirst for interesting experiences that are not in a guidebook. Here is an experience that may be new to you: Japanese-style vow renewal. You can renew your wedding vows in a traditional Japanese-style ceremony at a shrine.

Nowadays, many Japanese get married in churches, but originally they had shinto-style weddings in special and splendid kimono.

The original form of the kimono was said to have been born late in the Nara Era (late 8th century), and it gradually became the kimono we know today in the Heian Era (9th century). Junihitoe ― a traditional multi-layer court outfit, literally meaning “twelve-layered ceremonial kimono” ― was made in the middle of the Heian Era (10th century).

Junihitoe has been the formal, traditional dress of adult women since then. That of adult men is called Sokutai. These were worn as the gala dress at public places such as the Imperial Court, and were used for the enthronement ceremony and wedding ceremonies of the Imperial family.

Their Majesties wear Junihitoe and Sokutai following the ancient customs even now while at such events. This traditional Japanese wedding style has come again into the spotlight and for some years has been growing in popularity among ordinary couples.

So, we thought up the Japanese-style vow renewal experience as a new form of anniversary celebration. In a word, this is literally an old and new experience.

Our professional staff members bring the ancient style back into existence with special kimono, make-up, and Japanese traditional wigs (if you like). You can experience a solemn ceremony at a shrine as thought it were a genuine shinto-style wedding.

At present we offer two courses: the Vow Renewal Course and Photo Course. Each course has five options. There are: the Imperial Wedding Plan (Junihitoe and Sokutai), the Traditional Wedding Plan, the Tono & Hime plan, the Shinsengumi & Maiko Plan, and the Geisha & Shinsengumi Plan. Some ordinary Japanese couples wear such attire in the Traditional Wedding Plan at shinto-style wedding ceremonies. Tono and Hime were the princes and princesses in the Edo Period, which was governed by samurai and dated from the beginning of the 17th century to the late19th century. Shinsengumi and Maiko were in the time of Bakumatsu. Bakumatsu is a part of Edo Period and means the last days of the samurai government. See the overview below about the price and details of each course.

You can really feel the Japan of more than a thousand year ago. It will be an absolutely unforgettable memory for the two of you.

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(We accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express credit cards. The amount of money fluctuates depending on the status of the exchange rate.※)
Special sales prices before the renewal. Please contact us by the end of June!

30,000 yen (tax included)
($250.00 US※, depending on the exchange rate of $1US →120 yen)※

2-3 hours
・outfits (+accessories) for two
・dressing up
・3 photos - individual shots
couples shot

68,000 yen (tax included)
($567.00 US※)

3-4 hours
・outfits (+accessories) for two
・dressing up
・vow renewal ceremony at a shrine
・3 photos - individual shots
couples shot


・photo data (CD and/or as attachments)
- 50 shots 14,800yen (tax included)
- 100 shots 19,800yen (tax included)
- Photo Mounting Service
2,800yen (tax included)


Imperial Wedding Plan

Imperialwedding plan

Traditional Wedding plan

Basic Wedding plan

Tono & Hime Plan

Edo plan

Shinsengumi & Maiko Plan

Bakumatsu plan Ⅰ

Geisha & Shinsengumi Plan

Bakumatsu plan Ⅱ



Wrapped in Japan
operated by Ichigoichie CO., Ltd

2F, 27-3, Yokooji Tennoumae,
Fushimi-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
612-8294, JAPAN

Tel. +81-75-604-4151 Fax. +81-75-605-1041

Email. wrapped@ah-ichigoichie.jp

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