Sketches of International Marriage
Brides and grooms from foreign countries are making up an increasing number of newlyweds in Japan. In 2015 transnational unions accounted for around 20,000 of the 640,000 couples that tied the knot. With international marriage increasingly in the spotlight, Nippon.com talks with several wedded pairs about the ins and outs of cross-border matrimony. (Banner photo ©Yamada Shinji.)
- Rushing to the Altar: International Newlyweds Set Out as Parents
In the first installment of our series on international marriage we sit down with Canadian and Japanese couple Corey and Ryō Procopio. The newlyweds share their hopes and fears about work, family, and a new life together as they set off down the road as both spouses and new parents.