Prince Naruhito and Princess Masako watched the concert of Boston Symphony Orchestra

On November 7, 2017, Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan and Crown Princess Masako of Japan watched the performance of Boston Symphony Orchestra directed by conductor Andris Nelsons at Suntory Hall in Minato-ku, Tokyo. Andris Nelsons is 38 years old and a global conductor who won Grammy Award two times.
Crown Prince Naruhito and Crown Princess Masako watched performance of Boston Symphony Orchestra
Crown Prince Naruhito and Crown Princess Masako watched performance of Boston Symphony Orchestra
Crown Prince Naruhito and Crown Princess Masako watched performance of Boston Symphony Orchestra
Crown Prince Naruhito and Crown Princess Masako watched performance of Boston Symphony Orchestra

10 comments:

  1. What a lovely coat! Masako is upping her style!

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  2. Me alegra muchísimo ver a Masako tan alegre, tomando parte activa de la vida pública con su esposo. Bonito abrigo, diferente de las cosas aburridas que suele usar. Y le queda mucho mejor el pelo recogido que suelto. A seguir así.

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  3. Masako looks very good, color of coat is very becoming to her. Also love to see her smile.

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  4. She looks lovely and they are such a nice couple.

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  5. Her coat is beautiful and she looks healthy and happy.

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  6. Precioso abrigo. Ella se ve muy bien

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  7. Beautiful, becomming and well adjusted coat. Masako is with difference the best dressed among the ladies of the Japanese imperial family. When she manages to avoid those ugly hats imposed by the court's etiquette and she dresses her hair in a chignon she looks lovely. The way this couple look to each other says much and very good about their relationship.

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  8. They look so much in love, as if they are on a first date. Great to see as the Japanese Court is so strict.

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  9. Very nice!! Lovely outfit that balances traditional Japanese style with Western fabrics

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