We attended a wedding ceremony in Kochi.
Kochi local foods and fresh sashimi welcomed us in “Kochi style” with big dishes on so long tables.
Look at this dynamic cake cut by this happy couple.
Surprisingly, they met for the first time three years ago in guesthouse wakabaya and got married at last!
This is the biggest pleasure for a guesthouse owner, isn’t this?
When they met for the first time, Kotaro was still in his mother.
Now, Kotaro also celebrates their happy wedding with a smile.
After the ceremony, we checked in “Katsuo Guesthouse”, where we had stayed before wakabaya’s open.
Wakabaya jr, Kotaro shares his rice ball with Katsuo’s jr, Hajime.
かつおゲストハウス Katsuo Guesthouse
This hammock was waiting for Kotaro.
Katsuo guesthouse is filled up with these “playful” ideas.
We came to the Kochi Sunday Street Market.
This market is never the same as new and fashionable marchés in many towns.
Kochi market has a long history and Asian atmosphere, we love.
Local handmade sushi bought in the market is our breakfast.
Mr. Architect and Ms. Photographer, congratulations on your happy marriage!