Located in The foothills of The city's Higashiyama district, The Westin Miyako Hotel in Kyoto, Japan, was designed by local architects. Built 130 years ago, it is a luxury hotel with a rich history and elegance, completed in 1960 and 1959 respectively. Therefore, it is crucial to create the same sense of elegance and quality in the renovation and seismic transformation of the wedding chapel. The chapel is a separate building within the hotel complex, designed to express the "new spirit of Kyoto" and to meet the increasingly diverse needs of modern people. In addition to traditional church services, it can accommodate both Shinto and non-religious services.
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