4th Day - Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden visits Japan

On the fourth day of Crown Princess Victoria's visit to Japan, the Crown Princess visited Shiogama Shinto Shrine in Shiogama. Then, the Crown Princess visited Shiogama port and the Japan's Meiho Tuna Fishery packing plant in Shiogama on April 21, 2017. Crown Princess Victoria is visiting Japan from April 18 - 21 for issues regarding her role as an advocate for the UN's sustainable development goals.
Crown Princess Victoria visited Shiogama Shinto Shrine and visited Shiogama port and the Japan's Meiho Tuna Fishery packing plant
Crown Princess Victoria visited Shiogama Shinto Shrine and visited Shiogama port and the Japan's Meiho Tuna Fishery packing plant
Crown Princess Victoria visited Shiogama Shinto Shrine and visited Shiogama port and the Japan's Meiho Tuna Fishery packing plant
Crown Princess Victoria visited Shiogama Shinto Shrine and visited Shiogama port and the Japan's Meiho Tuna Fishery packing plant
Crown Princess Victoria visited Shiogama Shinto Shrine and visited Shiogama port and the Japan's Meiho Tuna Fishery packing plant
Crown Princess Victoria visited Shiogama Shinto Shrine and visited Shiogama port and the Japan's Meiho Tuna Fishery packing plant
Crown Princess Victoria visited Shiogama Shinto Shrine and visited Shiogama port and the Japan's Meiho Tuna Fishery packing plant
Crown Princess Victoria visited Shiogama Shinto Shrine and visited Shiogama port and the Japan's Meiho Tuna Fishery packing plant
Crown Princess Victoria visited Shiogama Shinto Shrine and visited Shiogama port and the Japan's Meiho Tuna Fishery packing plant
Crown Princess Victoria visited Shiogama Shinto Shrine and visited Shiogama port and the Japan's Meiho Tuna Fishery packing plant
Crown Princess Victoria visited Shiogama Shinto Shrine and visited Shiogama port and the Japan's Meiho Tuna Fishery packing plant
Crown Princess Victoria wore Stylein Balsas Jacket
Stylein Balsas Jacket
Crown Princess Victoria wore Baum und Pferdgarten Mavis Silk blend blouse
Baum und Pferdgarten Mavis Silk Blend Blouse

11 comments:

  1. Photo no. 7 - why the awful look?

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    1. Why? She looks angry, or fed up, or tired

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    2. Agree Lizzie, she really looks bad in these pics.

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  3. Ein asiatisch angehauchter Look aus Ehrerbietung für das Gastland und die religiöse Umgebung. Das ist anerkennenswert und mehr gibt es zu dieser 'Uniform' von meiner Seite aus nicht zu sagen;.)

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  4. Je ne savais pas que la princesse faisait du judo!

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  5. Is that jacket some kind of reference to martial arts or to the Japanese culture? Otherwise I don't get the look. This is probably the worst outfit I have seen in a long time... who wears a GI outside of the ring?

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  6. She wanted to be dressed in japanes manner, I suppose, it probably should look like a kimono, but it's strange and she isn't in a good mood either.

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  7. Maybe she is grumpy about the "Meiho Tuna Fishery" on her visit!? We all know what- and how else Japan is fishing. It is not about "saving the planet".
    It's a pity she did not show more of her blouse. I am sure it is lovely.

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