With the history passed down from generation to generation

Thank you for considering the Rin-sho Photo Plan. Just like the traditions passed down in Kanazawa, our plan aims to capture and preserve the essence of your moments together as a work of art.

The concept is.

With the historical buildings, the array of art collected within them, and the culture of kimonos and craftsmanship rooted in Kanazawa, our expert staff, honed in this rich environment, will make the start of your journey together memorable. Just like a timeless piece of craftsmanship, we aim to preserve the essence of your moments together as a work of art.

The photo shoot location is at “Kurage ga Kumo ni naru hi,” a restaurant housed in an old Kanazawa mansion. The name of this place signifies ‘the day jellyfish turn into clouds.’ It is a special location where we have obtained permission exclusively for our plan.

Our venue, adorned with traditional buildings and spaces dedicated to historical craftsmanship, also features art pieces by young artists from Kanazawa, a town renowned for its crafts. It’s a wonderful place where the old and the new coexist. If you’re interested, please take a look [here]

Origin of the Name.

The theme of our plan, “Rin-sho,” combines the meanings of two characters.

“Rin,” written as “凛” in kanji, illustrates a state of being dignified and composed, not merely settled but poised with elegance. “Sho,” also in kanji as “装,” signifies the act of dressing oneself formally. This plan aims to blend these concepts to express inner strength, dignity, and intellect through attire, capturing these qualities in photographs.

We hope to create a day that not only becomes a cherished memory for decades but also serves as a source of inspiration for your future life.

Reservations and Inquiries

E‐mail rinsho.wedding@gmail.com
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