Traditional Japanese Wedding Attire Rentals
|White Uchikake (Shiro-Muku)- Worn by the bride during the wedding ceremony. Shiro means white and muku means gown.
In a traditional Japanese wedding, the bride's hair is also styled in the traditional style called bunkin-takashimada and adorned with beautiful combs and accessories called kanzashi. A white wedding hood called tsuno kakushi is meant to hide two front "tsuno" or horns during the wedding ceremony to symbolize obedience.
|Colored Uchikake - Worn by the bride after the wedding ceremony, during the reception.
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