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* ''Film/FantasticFourRiseOfTheSilverSurfer'' ends with Reed and Sue getting married in Japan.
1st Dec '17 4:12:27 PM Gamermaster
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30th Nov '17 5:07:54 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* The final bonus short for ''Manga/MissKobayashisDragonMaid'' featured skits of the dragons having different types of weddings with Kobayashi . Elma was Shinto, Lucoa was Aztec, Kanna was Russian[[note]][[ShownTheirWork Ushishir, the home of Kanna's mythological counterpart, is currently under Russian control]].[[/note]], and Tohru was Western.

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* The final bonus short for ''Manga/MissKobayashisDragonMaid'' featured skits of the dragons having different types of weddings with Kobayashi . Elma was Shinto, Lucoa was Aztec, Kanna was Russian[[note]][[ShownTheirWork Ushishir, Russian[[note]][[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ushishir the Ushishir Islands]], the home of Kanna's mythological counterpart, is [[ShownTheirWork are currently under Russian control]].[[/note]], and Tohru was Western.
25th Nov '17 9:23:05 AM Freezer
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* In the ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon[=/=]VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons'' series, most of the games feature your character getting married western style, complete with black tux and white dress. ''[[VideoGame/StoryOfSeasonsTrioOfTowns Trio of Towns]]'' gives you three choices, depending on your spouse-to-be's hometown: Westown has a western style ceremony, Tsuyukusa has a traditional Japanese style, and Lulukoko vaguely Pacific Islander.
29th Sep '17 10:11:32 PM Gamermaster
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* The final bonus short for ''Manga/MissKobayashisDragonMaid'' featured skits of the dragons having different types of weddings with Kobayashi . Elma was Shinto, Lucoa was Aztec, Kanna was Russian[[note]][[ShownTheirWork Ushishir, the home of Kanna's mythological counterpart, is currently under Russian control]].[[/note]], and Tohru was Western.
22nd Sep '17 7:39:17 AM Thesedaysthosedays
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* In the SuperMarioAdventures comic, Bowser's wedding tuxedo uses the Japanese model, being white and fancy rather than the plain black of most Western tuxedos.

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* In the SuperMarioAdventures ''ComicBOok/SuperMarioAdventures'' comic, Bowser's wedding tuxedo uses the Japanese model, being white and fancy rather than the plain black of most Western tuxedos.
22nd Sep '17 7:38:15 AM Thesedaysthosedays
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* In the SuperMarioAdventures comic, Bowser's wedding tuxedo uses the Japanese model, being white and fancy rather than the plain black of most Western tuxedos.
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2nd Jul '17 4:20:26 PM fruitstripegum
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* As a counterexample, the last episode of the second ''VideoGame/SakuraWars'' {{OVA}} series depicts a formal Shinto wedding as held by very traditional Japanese family.

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* As a counterexample, the last episode of the second ''VideoGame/SakuraWars'' {{OVA}} series depicts a formal Shinto wedding as held by a very traditional Japanese family.
2nd Jul '17 4:19:01 PM fruitstripegum
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* ''{{Manga/Bartender}}'' has two separate weddings show up. In the first one the couple are wearing western attire, but following Japanese custom (though TheLadette of a bride made a ''faux pas'' by drinking all the ceremonial sake in one gulp). The second one is never seen, but the drama involves a deeply traditional Japanese man trying to come to terms with the fact that is son is set to marry an American woman, and wondering "how will she be able to wear a wedding kimono?" indicating they are going for the full Japanese monty.

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* ''{{Manga/Bartender}}'' has two separate weddings show up. In the first one the couple are wearing western attire, but following Japanese custom (though TheLadette of a bride made a ''faux pas'' by drinking all the ceremonial sake in one gulp). The second one is never seen, but the drama involves a deeply traditional Japanese man trying to come to terms with the fact that is his son is set to marry an American woman, and wondering "how will she be able to wear a wedding kimono?" indicating they are going for the full Japanese monty.
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