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Have your dream wedding in the skies over Japan

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By Mochijapa, grape Japan

Good news for the couples who are thinking about giving up their wedding ceremony because of the pandemic. Here’s a unique and luxurious way to celebrate your special life event. If you want to have an unforgettable experience, soramari can be your choice. Sora means sky and mari is from marriage, of course. Yes, it is an exciting helicopter package tour for couples.

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This wedding in the sky is coordinated by Office Mariage, a wedding specialist company with over 35 years of history. This traditional company has just started offering such a non-traditional helicopter wedding tour! That’s because they want people to have a special day even under these circumstances.

Features

The package comes with four exciting features starting at 396,000 yen.

  1. Romantic helicopter flight: “Soramari Wedding Ceremony” (20 minutes)
  2. Wedding attire rental: a nice tuxedo and wedding dress from their partner companies (including dress fitting)
  3. Hair styling: Professional hair styling and makeup from a bridal hair stylist
  4. Expert photography: A professional photographer takes your pictures starting from preparations all the way to the end of the ceremony in the helicopter. You’ll receive 100 photos as data.

Please be aware that additional fees will be charged for Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays.

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Availability

The happy flight is available in five cities: Tokyo, Yokohama, Kyoto, Kanazawa and Otsu.

Visit the official website to book your dream wedding flight.

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How much extra do we have to pay for the eikaiwa teacher dressing up in fake priest's robes to make it a REAL wedding?

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Nice. Too bad the honeymoon only lasts from 6-18 months then the hard prison labor begins.

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Am I alone in thinking the gentleman pictured has done quite well for himself?

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There no such thing as a real wedding. The only real wedding happens at the city office when it's registered. It's all make-believe.

Reckless

after 30 years we are still in our honeymoon period. Asked her and she agrees too. We are having a date tonight.

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There no such thing as a real wedding. The only real wedding happens at the city office when it's registered. It's all make-believe.

Well said !!..

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