I conducted a photoshoot in Osaka, and my clients were a wonderfully friendly family. They had rented kimonos prior to the shoot, and we arranged to meet at a kimono rental shop. Kimonos are traditional attire in Japan, commonly worn during winter, while yukatas are favored in summer. Yukatas suited them perfectly and proved to be ideal for our photoshoot.
We began by visiting a local shrine, where I captured family portraits and individual shots featuring Ema plates. The daughter displayed a keen interest in Japanese culture, which seemed to have inspired this photoshoot. As such, I took numerous photos of her: beside vending machines, on the street, and near lanterns. Naturally, I documented their candid moments of walking and conversing as well. Despite the hot weather, it was an excellent day for shooting. Many thanks for choosing my photoshoot plan! 🙂