Princess Mako of Akishino visited the Tajimi City, Gifu

On September 15, 2017, Japanese Emperor Akihito's oldest grandchild, Princess Mako attended opening ceremony of the International Ceramics Festival held in Tajimi City of Gifu prefecture. Princess Mako is the honorary president of the Festival.
Princess Mako attended opening ceremony of the International Ceramics Festival and visited the Mosaic Tile Museum
Princess Mako attended opening ceremony of the International Ceramics Festival and visited the Mosaic Tile Museum
Princess Mako attended opening ceremony of the International Ceramics Festival and visited the Mosaic Tile Museum
On the first day of her visit, Princess Mako of Akishino visited the Mosaic Tile Museum in Tajimi, Gifu, Japan. 14 September 2017.
Princess Mako attended opening ceremony of the International Ceramics Festival and visited the Mosaic Tile Museum
Princess Mako attended opening ceremony of the International Ceramics Festival and visited the Mosaic Tile Museum
Princess Mako attended opening ceremony of the International Ceramics Festival and visited the Mosaic Tile Museum
Princess Mako attended opening ceremony of the International Ceramics Festival and visited the Mosaic Tile Museum

2 comments:

  1. It's interesting that she has become more visible carrying out royal duties now that her engagement has been announced. Yet I thought that once she marries a "commoner" next year she will be basically out of the Royal family. She seems sweet and also to be good at these duties - maybe they will keep her on!

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    1. Can't help finding she Looks so much happier and prettier since the announcement and since she knows she is allowed to leave the golden cage. I wish her all the best!

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