Gay weddings in Japan and gay in Tokio
Tokio and Kyoto, 2 big gaycities in Japan and gayfriendly. You not believe it? Listen to the interview and visit those 2 nice cities.
Beyond Tokyo leads innovative and exciting walking tours through Tokyos historic neighborhoods and beyond. Unlike conventional sightseeing tours, the products are designed to create a true cultural emersion for our travelers to experience an in-depth look at everyday life in Japan. Come join the tours and explore the city the way only the locals know how!

Sex and the Sushi

Tour Highlights

Stroll down the old geisha town of Kagurazaka and discover geisha girls secret lives. Then have truly unique Japanese experiences in Kabukicho, a bustling entertainment/red light district of the city. This is also the gaydistrict. Conclude your night with sushi making experience and master the art of sushi making. (The order of itinerary may vary according to tour manager's discretion. Vegetarian meals not available.)

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Hotel Granvia Kyoto creates extraordinary gay weddings in Japan

The Hotel Granvia Kyoto, recently awarded as one of the Top 25 Hotels in Japan in three categories - Top Hotels, Luxury , and Romance in the 2014 Travelers Choice awards, now continues on its forward path towards satisfying the special and diverse needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Transgender (LGBT) couples.

Same-sex marriage is not yet legal in Japan, and the number of wedding venues that accept same-sex couples is very limited. In cooperation with Shunkoin-temple, Hotel Granvia Kyoto is now offering exclusive traditional Japanese weddings for same-sex couples from around the world! The complete three-night package includes everything you need for the wedding; i.e., a three-night stay in a luxurious Jr. Suite room, daily Breakfast, complete traditional Japanese wedding attire for two, a customized seasonal wedding bouquet, a traditional Buddhist wedding ceremony at Shunkoin Temple, limousine service to and from the temple, and a traditional wedding-night dinner for two. The mystique and enchantment of exchanging vows at the historical Shunkoin Temple will be an extraordinary wedding ceremony that the couple will long remember.

We are thrilled to offer LGBT couples from around the world this wonderful opportunity to experience the essence of a traditional Japanese wedding ceremony. As the very first Japanese hotel to become a member of the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association (IGLTA) in 2006, we are proud to be a leading LGBT friendly hotel in Japan, and this package will attract not only international travelers but also domestic couples in Japan. says Shiho Ikeuchi, Director of the Executive Office.

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