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Hey guys, today we have a very special video
we are at Studio Shimomura
and we are taking a Seijin-Shiki picture or a coming-of-age-day picture for my sister, Katrina!
Lets go!
As you can see from their menu, they offer a variety of packages all for a very reasonable price.
They do all sorts of photos from the Japanese traditional 7, 5, 3 Day, Coming of Age Day, Weddings and many more.
Here is the lounge and entrance where you can pick the photo package you want.
For around 20,000 yen, they will do your hair, makeup and let you keep two poses out of all of the pictures taken.
Once you decide what you want, its time to pick the kimono you want to try on.
This part took quite some time as this book was filled with different designs.
However, diving the pages by the main color of the kimono did help narrow down our search.
I just chose 3 kimonos and now I am going to try them on.
Now it was time to try on the kimonos and see what they looked like on my sister and mom.
The staff helped to quickly put it on without the sash at first to see which one they wanted to wear during the photo shoot.
My sister and mom could only choose one each so the decision was a very hard one to make.
After trying the kimonos on, the staff showed us all of the different poses that the photographer will take pictures of.
This way we can get a better idea of what our pictures may look like.
Now its the hair and makeup time which I wasn't allowed to document.
After about an hour and a half, here is my mom showing off her finished look.
Her hair was done very nicely and looked fabulous.
I got permission but usually photos and videos are not allowed in the studio.
My sister took a little longer with her preparation so we met her in the studio.
As you can see, her hair looked gorgeous as well.
I especially loved that flower in her hair!
Because my sister wanted to take a picture for her Coming of Age Day,
which is a Japanese tradition for when both girls and boys turn 20 years old,
her kimono was a little bit more sophisticated for the occasion.
After the photo shoot, it was time for my sister and mother to choose the photos they liked.
My sister chose 4 individual poses and my mom chose 2 poses taken with my sister.
Hi guys! I just finished here at Studio Shimomura
and as you guys just saw, I chose 4 pictures of just myself and 2 pictures with me and my mom.
It was so fun! And as you can see, I kept my hair in because it is so beautiful.
So if guys want to do this, I really recommend it because it is really fun.
so once you are 20, come here!
So since Chris is filming me right now, I am going to do his outro.
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Japanese Kimono Photoshoot

24425 Folder Collection
Chris Okano published on November 9, 2015    Tom Gong translated    張景惠 reviewed
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