Getting a Spouse Visa in Japan Marrying In Japan: A ‘How To’ Guide They’re very useful to me as the person who wrote the posts got married very recently and is also British marrying a Japanese person. I thought I’d link them here, so that any future readers could also find them. Advertisements
We’re moving house soon, in Early March to be exact. I’ve been making a lot of calls and arrangements, trying to wrangle my life into boxes and get rid of a lot of stuff I don’t need. I am a real hoarder and this slaps me in the face each time I move. H seems… Continue reading Moving
This weekend we had our engagement party. It was really fun and was great to be surrounded by so many supportive people. It was supposed to be low key, but ended up as a fun blow out. A lot of my friends regularly DJ, so they kindly played some awesome music all night for us.… Continue reading Engagement party
There’s a PDF here that explains the different elements of a Japanese shinto wedding in both English and Japanese.
I’m going to try to collect resources I’ve found about Japanese weddings that are more in depth than a simple explanation for tourists. There don’t seem to be many about in English and those that there are tend to be scattered far and wide. I will post stuff to that category as I come across… Continue reading Resources on Japanese weddings
It’s been a long time since I read a graphic novel, but when I saw this one mentioned on Reddit Wedding Planning I decided I wanted to read it for sure. You can find out more on Lucy Kinsley’s website here, the ISBN of this graphic novel is 978-1626722491. The autobiographical graphic novel follows the backstory… Continue reading Something New by Lucy Kinsley
H and I have been together 3 1/2 years and on Christmas morning he proposed! We’ve talked a lot about marriage for the last year, so it wasn’t entirely a surprise, but needless to say I was overjoyed. There was ugly crying.