Japan Wedding Photographers

If you choose one of our WPJA Japan wedding photojournalists as your wedding photographer, please let them know you found them through the Wedding Photojournalist Association.

The WPJA at a glance: The Wedding Photojournalist Association puts the best Japan wedding photographers at your fingertips, by granting membership only to the most talented professional wedding photographers in the world--photographers who focus solely on using their documentary photography skills to capture ‘the moments’ of your wedding day.

600 US Dollar

Masato Kubo

Ciyodaku in Tokyo, Japan

Masato Kubo is a Japanese wedding photographer based in Tokyo, Japan. He started his photography career as a freelance photojournalist documenting conflicts and environmental issues in the world for Japanese magazines. With 5 years background as a...

Mark  Toung
4100 US Dollar

Memoire Studio: Mark Toung

Santa Clara in California, United States

An avid climber and a certified rescue diver, Mark has always mixed his passion for photography with his other activities. For the last decade, Mark has taken pictures in the oddest of places ranging from the side of an ice cliff to diving 100 feet...

Pam  Lauhachai
4000 US Dollar

Pam Lauhachai

Chatuchak in Bangkok, Thailand

Pam Lauhachai is a destination wedding photographer based in Bangkok. She was ranked 11th in Top Wedding Photographers for 2010 by WPJA. Her works cover an intimate wedding on the beach to luxurious exclusive weddings.

Getting Married in Japan

Comprised of four main islands and many small islands, Japan is divided into main regions: Hokkaido, Tohoku, Kanto, Chubu, Kansai, Chugoku, Shikoku, Kyushu and Okinawa. In this span of land and culture, Japanese weddings overflow with color, celebration and honor. Although filled with rich Japanese tradition, weddings in Japan are also starting to include western traditions as well into their marriage ceremonies. Couples being married in Japan have the option of leaning towards a traditional Japanese ceremony, a western church-style wedding or a dynamic medley of both. Regardless of style or taste selection, wedding couples will have a wide variety of scenery to have their wedding pictures taken. In many Japanese weddings, the bride will change her outfit up to four times—giving the wedding photographer an assortment of opportunities to shoot the bride in an assortment of dress. Discovering Japan will be a delight for all those involved in the wedding festivities. The capital city of Tokyo will offer couples and wedding guests an endless variety of stunning sceneries, exciting shopping experiences and delightful restaurants to enjoy. The cultural center of Japan, Kyoto, is an ideal region to have your wedding photojournalist shoot striking pictures, while surrounded with fascinating sites like the Imperial Palace. Other picturesque features of Japan include the hundreds of impressive temples and the scores of beautiful gardens that decorate the land. Included in this landscape is the spectacular Mount Fuji, the tallest mountain in Japan, which can be seen on a clear day from Tokyo and will make a stunning backdrop for wedding pictures. No matter how couples who decide to marry in Japan plan their festivities, the land will undoubtedly bring a wealth of marvelous scenery and cultural splendor that will add life to wedding photographs that are already marked with joy and celebration.

WPJA Japan Photographers will travel to:

Chubu • Chugoku • Hokkaido • Kansai • Kanto • Kyushu • Shikoku • Tohoku • Aichi • Akita • Aomori • Chiba • Ehime • Fukui • Fukuoka • Fukushima • Gifu • Gunma • Hiroshima • Hokkaido • Hyogo • Ibaraki • Ishikawa • Iwate • Kagawa • Kanagawa • Kochi • Kumamoto • Kyoto • Mie • Miyagi • Miyazaki • Nagano • Nagasaki • Nara • Niigata • Oita • Okayama • Okinawa • Osaka • • • • Saga • Saitama • Shiga • Shimane • Shizuoka • Tochigi • Tokushima • Tokyo • Tottori • Toyama • Wakayama • Yamagata • Yamaguchi • Yamanashi • Abiko • Akashi • Akita • Amagasaki • Aomori • Arai • Asahikawa • Ashiya • Asuka • Atsugi • Beppu • Chiba • Chichibu • Chino • Ebina • Fuji • Fujinomiya • Fujisawa • Fukui • Fukuoka • Fukushima • Fukuyama • Hachinohe • Hakodate • Hakone • Hakuba • • • • Hamamatsu • Hanamaki • Hekinan • Higashi-Hiroshima • Higashikawa • Hikone • Himeji • Hirakata • Hirata • Hiratsuka • Hiroshima • Hitachinaka • Horai • Ikoma • Iwatsuki • Izumo • Kadoma • Kamakura • Kamiiso • Kanagi • Kanazawa • Kariya • Kashihara • Kashiwa • Kasugai • Kawachinagano • Kawasaki • Kitakyushu • Kitami • Kitamoto • Kobe • Kofu • Kugino Village • Kurashiki • Kurume • Kushiro • Kyoto • Matsudo • Matsue • Matsumoto • Matsushima • Matsuyama • • Minami-ashigara • Misawa • Mishima • Mito • Miyajima • Miyako • Miyazaki • Morioka • Nagakute • Nagano • Nagaoka • Nagasaki • Nagoya • Nanae • Nanao • Nara • Narita • Nigata • Niigata • Nikko • Noda • Nonoichi • Numazu • Obihiro • Odawara • Ohno • Oita • Okayama • Okazaki • Omiya • Omura • Osaka • Oshino • Otaru • Otsu • Ryuou • Sadako • Sagamihara • Sakai • Sakaide • Sakura • Sanjo • Sano • Sapporo • Sasebo • Sendai • Shimizu • Shizuoka • Shobu • Suita • Tajima • Takamatsu • Takaoka • Tamagawa • Tatsunokuchi • Tawaramoto-cho • Tendo • Toba • Tochigi • Tokyo • Tomakomai • Tomioka • Toyama • Toyohashi • Tsukuba • Tsuruma • Urawa • Urayasu • Utsunomiya • Wajima • Wakamatsu • Wakayama • Yamagata • Yamaguchi • Yamato • Yasato • Yashio • Yobuko • Yoichi • Yokohama • Yokosuka • Yono • Yuki • Zama