Traditional Japanese Wedding Dress
Japanese traditional white wedding kimono is known as shiro-maku. The word” Shiro” means white and maku means pure. The traditional Japanese weddding dress looks beautiful and notbale. They stands for the pure nature of women. The wedding kimono actually consists of two different kimono. The white wedding kimono is worn for the wedding ceremony and an elaborate rich patterned silk brocade kimono called uchikake is worn over the white kimono at the wedding reception.
Wedding customs in Japanese reflect the broad diversity of ethnic groups within Japanese. Each ethnic group has different wedding dress and different marriage ceremonies and customs and within ethnic groups, those of different religious backgrounds have different practices as well.