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Japanese wedding

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  1. THE WEDDING<br />
  2. JAPANESE WEDDING<br />This ceremony, by the Shinto priest or Buddhist monk, is very similar, the difference is in the forms that exist in every religion. <br />First come the guests and family of the honeymoon, then honeymoon and finally, the master of ceremony, and after a purification ritual ceremony begins. <br /> The honeymoon exchanged a rosary, in Japanese or Juzu. Ring was not used past and today incorporates this formality and then treats the Juzu, rings are exchanged. <br />
  3. Then comes the moment of the ceremony, which is taken the sake to seal of the couple. This ritual is known as san sankudo. San sankudo means "three-three-nine"; three represents Heaven, Earth and Human Being. The odd number is indivisible three and nine is the highest odd number. <br />Through this ritual expresses the desire for maximum happiness and eternal union of the new couple, which is preparing for a series of tasit, Japanese sakazuki, large, medium and small mounted one over another, and in a certain order the boyfriends drink sake. <br />
  4. Once this ritual, the couple expressed their word of testimony, can do together or separately. They express in words their commitment to family unity. Then the master of ceremony closes with his words and so terminates the ceremony.<br />Then comes the party, Hirou No Gui, which celebrates the union of the couple together with their family, friends, neighbors, coworkers.<br />

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