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Address stamps / Dave + Ryoko 4-20 Kekkon-shiki

Important steps include matching postal return address stamps. To be delivered shortly. 

Test proof of rubber ink stamps for return address featuring Ryoko’s new name and Dave’s new address

 

Party Invitation Card / Dave + Ryoko 4-20 Kekkon-shiki

design and art by Ryoko (Fujita) and Dave Olson

Ceremony Invitation Card / Dave + Ryoko 4-20 Kekkon-shiki

design and art by Ryoko (Fujita) and Dave Olson

Letter to Friends / Dave + Ryoko 4-20 Kekkon-shiki

Letter by Dave Olson, enclosed with (some) announcement invitation packet – featuring guest letterhead from Grand Oriental Hotel, Colombo, Sri Lanka

Transport card / Dave + Ryoko 4-20 Kekkon-shiki

transportation info card by Ryoko Fujita (Olson)

Photo inspiration / Dave + Ryoko 4-20 Kekkon-shiki

Just a variety of classic Japanese wedding photos i captured for inspiration and creative ideas. This is all.

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Dave + Ryoko 4-20 Kekkon-shiki / poster by JoRobot + Gamomo

Dave + Ryoko Kekkon-shiki / poster by JoRobot

Poster design by Joanna “JoBot” Ambrosio of Gamomo Creative Labs (from concept input and inspiration by daveo)

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Japan: Transport Logistics to Locations in Okayama

Going Places in Okayama: Shrine + Resto + Farm

This dispatch shares the logistics of getting to and fro various important locations for the wedding festivities, specifically: Munetade Shrine, Fuyahei resto and Rural Caprine Farm goat farm by party via train and taxi.

Also, the general plan about what to expect, when to show up and how to dress. Plus an overview of activities to do with free time like museums (lots), hot springs, picnics, and day trips to Kurashiki (art and canals, Bizen (pottery and swords), Hiroshima (bombs), and Kyoto (everything).

Plus tips on staying in communication with all your new friends – both Japanese folks and the other international renegades.

Note: made for guests coming to DRO420 wedding festivities, so kinda specific to that, but perhaps useful otherwise… carry on

Japan: Okayama Local Transportation Options

Getting Around Okayama by Streetcar, Bus, Taxi and Bicycle

In prep for a barrage of international renegade diplomats descending upon Okayama comes a few ways of getting around the city, as well as a finding other information about information, ya know for tourists.

Note: This was originally created for guests coming to #DRO420 wedding festivities, another dispatch shares specifics about getting to shrine (ceremony), resto (fancy lunch) and goat farm (party). In the meantime, please accept my humble offering. Ergo:

Okayama Transport primer with specific locations -> is station, x are hotels and o are shrine and resto

Japan: Okayama Station to Hotels, Wayfinding

Wayfinding from Okayama Station to Hotels

This dispatch shares wayfinding tips to get from the main train station, down a covered shopping arcade, over a canal, a stop for coffee at Stand (optional) and then to Koraku hotel (conveniently embedded with a post office and convenience store). Then passing statues and bars, to the Okayama View Hotel – located across from the Birkenstock store and ¥100 shop – and over to the Tenmaya shopping area and transit hub as needed.

Note: originally created for guests coming to #DRO420 wedding festivities. Carry on. 

Okayama Station to Koraku Hotel
Koraku Hotel to Okayama View Hotel