“Today, I held a wedding ceremony with Miku,” Kondo announced on Twitter. “We invited 39 people and held the ceremony seriously. Many blessings through words, messages of support and cooperation were realized.”
“We would like to express our deepest gratitude to those who supported us.”
The event has since gone viral on Japanese Twitter, with many congratulating the newlyweds.
“Congratulations on your wedding! You’ve inspired me to believe in love.”
“I think that there has been a lot of prejudice here, but some of you understand that his love to Miku is genuine. There may be a lot of difficulties in the future, but do not let go of your hand at all times and be happy. Congratulations.”
“Congratulations on your marriage with Miku! I saw photos from the wedding hall and reception from other tweets. It seems very happy. It was blessed and it was a wonderful wedding ceremony. Although the media mentioned various things, do not mind them at all. I hope you and Miku will be happy for a long time.”
“Congratulations on your wedding. You deserve happiness.”
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