TRADITIONAL JAPANESE CEREMONIAL DRESS PHOTOGRAPHY

Let us create unique and lasting memories for your family while living on Okinawa, Japan

ABOUT US

Hi,

Let us create unique and lasting memories for your family while living on Okinawa, Japan. Our photo studio specializes in professional photos for families, individuals and special occasions. We are located outside Kadena Gate 2 on BC Street

Ladies and Daughters:

Let our professional hair and makeup stylists treat you like a Japanese Princess. Relaxation – Enjoy our personal full service hair and makeup services. Next, let our professional designers help you dress in a real Japanese Kimono. We offer an extensive collection of designer kimonos and traditional accessories.

Husbands and Sons:

Let us show you how to wear a traditional Japanese Men’s Kimono. (Swords Included!). We will also show the Men traditional Samaria stances with sword for that unique traditional look.

Family Photo Package

The package includes:

2 of 5x7 Photos, 1 of 8x10 Photo, 5 Wallet Size Photos, 5 Postcard Size Photos

All for: ¥13,500!

Tax included (Now Available on Saturdays too!)

Costume & Make up fee : ¥1,080 – ¥4,320 per person

FIND US

Tel : 098-939-2880

Open from 10:00am to 7:00pm (Closed on Monday & Tuesday)

Credit Cards OK

English Speaking Staff

Please let us know 48 hours in advance if you need to cancel

CHECK YOUR PHOTOS

You can check your photos online a few days after they’re taken. We’ll email you the link and password as soon as they’re ready. You can login and order a download of all the photos to keep them digitally forever!

I loved working the sweet couple that runs the studio. You can tell by working with them that they truly love what they do!

Nicci Boersma

A wonderful studio to take Japanese Style photos by your self, with friends or the family. All done by appointment, with a dedicated staff focusing on you for makeup, modern or traditional hair styles selection and a great variety of modern or traditional Kimonos for men and woman to chose from. Defiantly a must do again before we permanently leave Japan.

Waldemar Velazquez