Japanese Princess Ayako got engaged to Kei Moriya

The Imperial Household Agency announced that Princess Ayako, the youngest daughter of Emperor Akihito's late cousin got informally engaged to Kei Moriya. On July 2, 2018, Princess Ayako of Takamado and her fiance Kei Moriya attend a press conference on their engagement at the Imperial Household Agency in Tokyo. The couple will officially mark their engagement on August 12, and wed at Tokyo's Meiji Jingu shrine on October 29. After the princess married Kei Moriya, she will leave the Imperial Household according to the Imperial House Act and will lose the title of Princess.
The Imperial Household Agency announced that Princess Ayako, the youngest daughter of Emperor Akihito's late cousin got informally engaged to Kei Moriya
The Imperial Household Agency announced that Princess Ayako, the youngest daughter of Emperor Akihito's late cousin got informally engaged to Kei Moriya
The Imperial Household Agency announced that Princess Ayako, the youngest daughter of Emperor Akihito's late cousin got informally engaged to Kei Moriya
The Imperial Household Agency announced that Princess Ayako, the youngest daughter of Emperor Akihito's late cousin got informally engaged to Kei Moriya
The Imperial Household Agency announced that Princess Ayako, the youngest daughter of Emperor Akihito's late cousin got informally engaged to Kei Moriya
The Imperial Household Agency announced that Princess Ayako, the youngest daughter of Emperor Akihito's late cousin got informally engaged to Kei Moriya

18 comments:

  1. The next japanese princess leaving the household. I hope she will be happy and of course I think of Mako and the trouble around her fiance...

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    1. How it looks like at the moment she will be the first one.
      Because the other japanese princess and her fiance have postponed their marriage.

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    2. Well whoa are you going to marry within the royalty anyway..its going to keep happening I guess..with the scarcity of male and taking into accounts these girls are already in the age to marry and I don't see anybody princely for these girls to marry except maybe, just maybe their other family (in the royal household).

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  2. What a backwards thinking country? Who still treats the worth of a woman this way? Creepy.

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    1. I agree how backward thinking to take away their birthright because they choose to marry.

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  3. From my perspective it seems quite harsh to still have the females leave the only home they have known. It's mind boggling to think this practice is still held in Japan in 2018. I really hope she is happy.

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  4. My thoughts exactly, The Imperial Household has so much to learn from their European counterparts. The Brits are so happy and proud about the modern monarchy and the breath of fresh air that this represents like Meghan Markle herself as an example. Or even princess Sofia of Sweden who had a questionable past. But they are assets to their kindgdoms, and making their people proud.
    This just sickens me.

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  5. They look more animated and in love than the previous couple, Mako and her ex-fiance', who have now cancelled/postponed their engagement and marriage until 2020. This couple almost looks like a normal couple. Most of the Japanese royal women look like they are scared little rabbits afraid of saying or doing something wrong.

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  6. She looks so beautiful and so happy.
    Mimi:
    Not all European kingdoms are very different from the Japanese that way.
    Less than a month ago, we could read, that the Danish Princess Elisabeth past away…… she never married, if she has, she would have lost her Princess title and the succession to the throne. That happened to her two younger brothers.
    Denmark, I think, must be the most oldfashioned kingdom in Europe in the 21st century ?

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    1. Well, crown prince Frederik married a commoner, who now is the crown princess as well as prince Joachim whose wife is a princess now. The Rosenborg counts, who were former princes could not keep there titles, maybe because at that time King Fredrik was the king. Things have changed.

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    2. Denmark and old-fashioned? What about Monaco then? Gabriella is the older of the two twins and nevertheless her younger brother will be chief. In the middle of Europe! Monaco is sooo ridiculous!

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    3. Old fashion "on paper" as it were. I believe she was "allowed" to live with the man she loved as a couple they just couldn't get legally married or have any children. Still very harsh but at least they were allowed to be together and I believe there are/were several other couples like this in the family. Also, it appears that the custom is being phased out and primarily only exists with previous generations. Also, they were allowed to still participate in family functions, etc. With the Japanese it's like you are totally banished from existence. Totally cut off from everything and everyone. That's the part that seems really cruel to me. I mean, will their children even be allowed to visit their grandparents, etc.? Crazy.

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  7. I wish a very happy marriage to Princess Ayako and Kei Moriya !

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  8. Best Wishes to the couple.The Pss is wearing a nice pink-peach outfit it looks really good on her. Their smile tells everything. We do live in the 21th Century so the Titles should stay in place,this is their Birthright. Well each Country are more or less modern. Traditions is what counts in Japan.

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  9. The poor girl looks like an old woman in that dress and hat. I hope they have a chance to live a more modern life away from the royal court. The groom-to-be looks like a jolly fellow!

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    1. The women in the Japanese royal family do dress in a frumpy way. I find myself wondering if the princesses look forward to losing their titles just to live more normal lives and to be able to escape the repressive monarchy.

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  10. Congratulations Princess Ayako i hope you happiness of course i think you are happy now we have 21 century so she should not slash her tittle The imperial family must have to Learn European royal family i think there value for traditional is good I hope Princess Ayako and Kei Moriya will have a normal and happy life outside the palace walls

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