Rui Ting and her husband from Singapore had a classic kimono shot at Gion District. Gion District added a historical touch to the couple’s photos with its streets lined with wooden houses. The autumn foliage matched the wooden houses at Gion District perfectly, and the photos turned out absolutely amazing! The lovely couple also visited Nara Deer Park for a fun shoot with the lovely free-roaming deers! Both of them had an enjoyable time at Nara Deer Park where they fed the deers. However, Rui Ting got a little intimidated by the deers and her lovely husband sweetly helped to distract the deers away from Rui Ting. The adorable deers definitely added a fun touch to the couple’s shoot! They then proceeded to Mount Wakakusayama for an enchanting sunset shoot. The top of Mount Wakakusayama overlooks the entire city, and the panoramic view is simply breathtaking. This location is made even more gorgeous with Nara’s perfect sunsets, and the couple’s photos looked stunning. The couple even left some kind words for OneThreeOneFour: We had a great experience with OneThreeOneFour for our Pre-Wedding Photoshoot at Kyoto! Eve coordinated everything and her replies were always very prompt and helpful. Initially I was having some insecurities with the proposed timeline (was wondering how to complete the shoot in a day considering the travelling time) but the coordination from Eve made it possible and it wasn't even that tiring! Also much thanks to Eve for arranging the groom's suit to be collected in SG knowing that the sizes in Japan do not have a good fit for my fiance. Highly recommended!