- Congratulations to Our Happy Clients in San Francisco
Congratulations to Our Happy Clients in San Francisco
I just got back from San Francisco. I was invited to one of our client’s wedding ceremony in a suburb of San Francisco. The bride is one of our members and the groom is a member of our sister company. They are the third happy couple since I started working with this matchmaker in San Francisco. Actually we are collaborating with this matchmaker in order to provide more opportunities for both their clients and our clients. We held a Speed Dating Event in Tokyo together last July, and we had one in San Francisco after this wedding. So, we expect that we will be able to produce more and more happy couples in the future.
The wedding ceremony was held 30 minutes south of San Francisco by car. Some of the bride’s families and friends attended from Japan. Many of the groom’s families and friends attended as well. The groom’s father said that he has 3 sons and 2 daughters, and this will be the 5th and last wedding of his children. Brides’ father was crying as he walked with his daughter on the virgin road, and he drank and sang a Japanese song “Ue wo Muite Aruko”, the Sukitaki song. Both the bride’s and groom’s families looked very happy. After the wedding there was much cultural entertainment, such as a live performance of a violin player and Japanese Taiko drums. They were so much fun to watch and we enjoyed them very much.
The bride’s father came to us and said “Thank you.” As a matchmaker, we were so impressed and cried. To see our clients’ and their families’ happiness was beautiful and motivational for us. Our hearts were very touched. It made me feel very proud to be a matchmaker at that moment.
The next member who will receive happiness is YOU!
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