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Divorce Ceremony - 04 Jul 2011
Divorce Ceremony - 04 Jul 2011
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July 03, 2011
Tomoharu (L) and Miki Saito use a hammer to smash their wedding ring to symbolise the end of their 13-year...
Tokyo, Japan
Tomoharu and Miki Saito use a hammer to smash their wedding ring during a "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo...
Tomoharu (L) and Miki Saito use a hammer to smash their wedding ring to symbolise the end of their 13-year marriage during their "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo July 3, 2011, a day before filing for divorce. The couple decided to separate after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, which made them reconsider their values in life. After the natural disasters, inquiries regarding such "divorce ceremonies" have nearly tripled, Hiroki Terai, a producer for such events said. Terai said the reasons for this increase could be due to the disasters forcing people to rethink the priority in their lives and couples realising differences in their values. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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July 03, 2011
Tomoharu Saito (2nd L) tosses an artificial bouquet of euryops daisies, which symbolise a happy marriage,...
Tokyo, Japan
Tomoharu Saito tosses artificial bouquet of flowers during his "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo
Tomoharu Saito (2nd L) tosses an artificial bouquet of euryops daisies, which symbolise a happy marriage, as his soon-to be ex-wife Miki watches during their "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo July 3, 2011, a day before they file for divorce. The couple decided to separate after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, which made them reconsider their values in life. After the natural disasters, inquiries regarding such "divorce ceremonies" have nearly tripled, Hiroki Terai, a producer for such events said. Terai said the reasons for this increase could be the disasters forcing people to rethink priorities in their lives and couples realising differences in their values. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN
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July 03, 2011
Tomoharu (L) and Miki Saito sit during their "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo July 3, 2011, a day before they...
Tokyo, Japan
Tomoharu and Miki Saito sit during their "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo
Tomoharu (L) and Miki Saito sit during their "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo July 3, 2011, a day before they file for divorce. The couple decided to separate after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, which made them reconsider their values in life. After the natural disasters, inquiries regarding such "divorce ceremonies" have nearly tripled, Hiroki Terai, a producer for such events said. Terai said the reasons for this increase could be the disasters forcing people to rethink priorities in their lives and couples realising differences in their values. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN
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July 03, 2011
Tomoharu (L) and Miki Saito use a hammer to smash their wedding ring to symbolise the end of their 13-year...
Tokyo, Japan
Tomoharu and Miki Saito use a hammer to smash their wedding ring during a "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo...
Tomoharu (L) and Miki Saito use a hammer to smash their wedding ring to symbolise the end of their 13-year marriage during a "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo July 3, 2011, a day before they file for divorce. The couple decided to separate after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, which made them reconsider their values in life. After the natural disasters, inquiries regarding such "divorce ceremonies" have nearly tripled, Hiroki Terai, a producer for such events said. Terai said the reasons for this increase could be the disasters forcing people to rethink priorities in their lives and couples realising differences in their values. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN
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July 03, 2011
Tomoharu Saito gives a speech as his soon-to be ex-wife Miki stands next to him at the end of their "divorce...
Tokyo, Japan
Tomoharu Saito gives a speech as his soon-to be ex-wife Miki stands next to him during their "divorce...
Tomoharu Saito gives a speech as his soon-to be ex-wife Miki stands next to him at the end of their "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo July 3, 2011, a day before they file for divorce. The couple decided to separate after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, which made them reconsider their values in life. After the natural disasters, inquiries regarding such "divorce ceremonies" have nearly tripled, Hiroki Terai, a producer for such events said. Terai said the reasons for this increase could be the disasters forcing people to rethink priorities in their lives and couples realising differences in their values. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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July 03, 2011
Tomoharu (L) and Miki Saito are seated at the start of their "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo July 3, 2011,...
Tokyo, Japan
Tomoharu and Miki Saito are seated at the start of their "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo
Tomoharu (L) and Miki Saito are seated at the start of their "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo July 3, 2011, a day before they file for divorce. The couple decided to separate after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, which made them reconsider their values in life. After the natural disasters, inquiries regarding such "divorce ceremonies" have nearly tripled, Hiroki Terai, a producer for such events said. Terai said the reasons for this increase could be the disasters forcing people to rethink priorities in their lives and couples realising differences in their values. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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July 03, 2011
Tomoharu Saito (C) is followed by his soon-to be ex-wife Miki as they leave after their "divorce ceremony"...
Tokyo, Japan
Tomoharu Saito is followed by his soon-to be ex-wife Miki as they leave after their "divorce ceremony"...
Tomoharu Saito (C) is followed by his soon-to be ex-wife Miki as they leave after their "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo July 3, 2011, a day before they file for divorce. The couple decided to separate after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, which made them reconsider their values in life. After the natural disasters, inquiries regarding such "divorce ceremonies" have nearly tripled, Hiroki Terai, a producer for such events said. Terai said the reasons for this increase could be the disasters forcing people to rethink priorities in their lives and couples realising differences in their values. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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July 03, 2011
Tomoharu Saito (C) gets food as his soon-to be ex-wife Miki (L) stands in the corner of the room during...
Tokyo, Japan
Tomoharu Saito gets food as his soon-to be ex-wife Miki stands in the corner during their "divorce ceremony"...
Tomoharu Saito (C) gets food as his soon-to be ex-wife Miki (L) stands in the corner of the room during their "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo July 3, 2011, a day before they file for divorce. The couple decided to separate after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, which made them reconsider their values in life. After the natural disasters, inquiries regarding such "divorce ceremonies" have nearly tripled, Hiroki Terai, a producer for such events said. Terai said the reasons for this increase could be due to the disasters forcing people to rethink the priority in their lives and couples realising differences in their values. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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July 03, 2011
Tomoharu (L) and Miki Saito wait outside the venue of their "divorce ceremony", as their son plays with...
Tokyo, Japan
Tomoharu and Miki Saito wait outside the venue of their "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo
Tomoharu (L) and Miki Saito wait outside the venue of their "divorce ceremony", as their son plays with a toy, in Tokyo July 3, 2011, a day before they file for divorce. The couple decided to separate after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, which made them reconsider their values in life. After the natural disasters, inquiries regarding such "divorce ceremonies" have nearly tripled, Hiroki Terai, a producer for such events said. Terai said the reasons for this increase could be the disasters forcing people to rethink priorities in their lives and couples realising differences in their values. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN
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July 03, 2011
Miki Saito shows her "divorce dress", designed such that the back of the garment is the front to present...
Tokyo, Japan
Miki Saito shows off her "divorce dress" as her husband looks on during "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo
Miki Saito shows her "divorce dress", designed such that the back of the garment is the front to present a good last impression as the wearer departs, as her soon-to be ex-husband Tomoharu watches during their "divorce ceremony" in Tokyo July 3, 2011, a day before they file for divorce. The couple decided to separate after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, which made them reconsider their values in life. After the natural disasters, inquiries regarding such "divorce ceremonies" have nearly tripled, Hiroki Terai, a producer for such events said. Terai said the reasons for this increase could be due to the disasters forcing people to rethink the priority in their lives and couples realising differences in their values. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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