|Above, a bullet train view of Mount Fuji. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
If you are about to get married, but are stumped as to where to hold the wedding ceremony, here's an idea to make "that special day" even more special.
The Japan Times reported:
Major travel agency JTB Corp. has launched a package tour that allows tourists from overseas to hold a wedding ceremony on Mount Fuji, dressed in traditional kimono.
The tour, named Wedding above Clouds at Mount Fuji in Japan, is being offered by the company’s regional unit, JTB Tokyo Metropolitan Corp.
During the two-day tour, the wedding ceremony will be held at Komitake Shrine at Mount Fuji’s fifth station, which is located at an elevation of 2,340 meters.Sound intriguing? To read more, go here.