This is the key of your misunderstanding. It also can be written as けっこんしき, ケッコンシキ or kekkonshiki, right? Even when there is kanji for a word, it can be written in kana or romaji, too. And all the pronunciations are the same because they are the same word and just written in various ways.and is written 結婚式
@IsaacDavid, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt since you're posting from Colombia and maybe English isn't your first language, but you should know that this reads as very condescending, as if it's their fault for not "trying" hard enough to understand your question. In fact, they're trying to explain to you that your question is coming from a fundamental misunderstanding of how Japanese works. When people are having trouble with your question, consider that maybe it's not their fault.Try to understand this time! In written japanese( in manga,newspapers...) Kanjis tends to be more advanced,and one have to use kanjis dictionary
Yes, that's what I also thought, but the OP didn't seem to agree with it.To answer the question I think you're trying to ask: It's not the 'kanji' that's advanced, it's the vocabulary being used.