The natural landscape of Vietnam looks gorgeous in a Japanese couple’s wedding album.
Tsutomu Mimatsu, 38, a salesman for a Japanese company, and his wife, Erika Mimatsu, a nutritionist, went on a business trip to Vietnam in June 2014. Taking this chance, the couple decided to take their wedding photos in rural areas of southern Vietnam.
The couple spent a whole day to take pictures in paddy fields in Long An and lotus ponds in Dong Thap.
Paddy fields and lotus ponds in the Mekong Delta has made a perfect background for their photos. Tsutomu and Erika were surprised with the peaceful beauty of Vietnamese countryside.
The first time the gloom stepped in mud, he was scared. However, he got used to it quickly and made very natural poses.
The bride and groom, in traditional Vietnamese outfits beamed with happiness just like real native farmers.
In Japan, wedding is a big event. The amount spent on a wedding is nearly a year’s salary of the groom. So, wedding photography is expensive. Wedding photos are mainly limited to those taken at studios and wedding parties. Only rich families in Japan can be able to take outdoor bridal photos like this” shared Tsutomu Mimatsu.
With this special wedding photo album, the couple has had an impressive experience about Vietnamese culture.
Tsutomu and Erika Mimatsu’s bridal photos drew thousands comments shortly after sharing their album on their facebook. Their Japanese friends were very interested in their bridal photos. Many of them show their desire to have similar photos.
The couple said that they will share their special experiences in Vietnam with their friends when they are back home.
Photos: credit to 3ackpackers S&D