Princess Mary's and Prince Frederik's visit to Japan 3rd day

On the 3rd day of Crown Princess Mary's and Crown Prince Frederik's visit to Japan, Princess Mary visited Funabashi Andersen Park and was welcomed by Funabashi mayor Mr. Toru Matsudo. The Crown Princess visited Nordic Fair at HC Andersen Park. Nordic Fair gets inspiration from traditional Danish Christmas bazaars. She planted trees with mayor of Funabashi there and visited Fairy Tale Pavilion.
Crown Princess Mary, Rasmus Klump, Mr. Shunichi Kitamura, nebuta, HC Andersen Park, Children Museum
Crown Princess Mary, Rasmus Klump, Mr. Shunichi Kitamura, nebuta, HC Andersen Park, Children Museum
Crown Princess Mary, Rasmus Klump, Mr. Shunichi Kitamura, nebuta, HC Andersen Park, Children Museum
Crown Princess Mary, Rasmus Klump, Mr. Shunichi Kitamura, nebuta, HC Andersen Park, Children Museum
Crown Princess Mary, Rasmus Klump, Mr. Shunichi Kitamura, nebuta, HC Andersen Park, Children Museum
Crown Princess Mary, Rasmus Klump, Mr. Shunichi Kitamura, nebuta, HC Andersen Park, Children Museum
Crown Princess Mary, Rasmus Klump, Mr. Shunichi Kitamura, nebuta, HC Andersen Park, Children Museum
Crown Princess Mary, Rasmus Klump, Mr. Shunichi Kitamura, nebuta, HC Andersen Park, Children Museum
The Crown Princess visited Children Museum and saw the nebuta which is a large paper lantern and which has been designed as the ship of Rasmus Klump. Afterwards, the artist Mr. Shunichi Kitamura made a presentation of the work.
Crown Princess Mary, Rasmus Klump, Mr. Shunichi Kitamura, nebuta, HC Andersen Park, Children Museum
Mayor of Funabashi, Mr. Toru Matsudo hosted a lunch for the Crown Princess at the dining hall of Children Museum.

8 comments:

  1. Princess Mary as usual is appropriately dressed.

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  2. She hardly ever puts a foot wrong in the fashion stakes.

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  3. Lovely dress with that belt and shoes!

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  4. Always those high heels... not suitable for this sporty dress anyway.

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  5. Nice casual dress, IMO just a tiny little bit too long. Nice interaction with the kids (her husband too, as you can see on the official site of the Danish Court)

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  6. What a beautiful dress, maybe it could be little shorter, I like the belt with it but the shoes "don't play the same music".

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  7. I like the dress but don't like the shoes she's chosen. I think she's trying to coordinate belt and shoes but it's not quite right for me.

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  8. That looks really cheap. A shirt dress, entirely made of thin, unlined shirt fabric, apparently buttoned all the way down. It´s way too long to be the sporty casual dress it´s meant to be, and the shoes are terribly wrong for it. Either go casual to hang out with kids and plant trees OR do the princess thing with pearl earrings, bracelets, heels and a dress that goes with it all.

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