Crown Prince Naruhito, Masako and Aiko arrived at Suzaki Villa

On August 16, 2018, Japan's Crown Prince family, that is, Crown Prince Naruhito and Crown Princess Masako along with their daughter, Princess Aiko, arrived at the Izuky-Shimoda Station in Shimoda, Shizuoka Prefecture. The family chatted with the local people and then visited Mitsui Beach. The Crown Prince family will stay at Suzaki Imperial Villa on the southern tip of the Izu Peninsula for about a few days. The Crown Prince family visit Suzaki Imperial Villa every summer.
Crown Prince Naruhito, Crown Princess Masako and Princess Aiko arrived at the Suzaki Imperial Villa in Shimoda for the summer holidays
Crown Prince Naruhito, Crown Princess Masako and Princess Aiko arrived at the Suzaki Imperial Villa in Shimoda for the summer holidays
Crown Prince Naruhito, Crown Princess Masako and Princess Aiko arrived at the Suzaki Imperial Villa in Shimoda for the summer holidays
Crown Prince Naruhito, Crown Princess Masako and Princess Aiko arrived at the Suzaki Imperial Villa in Shimoda for the summer holidays
Crown Prince Naruhito, Crown Princess Masako and Princess Aiko arrived at the Suzaki Imperial Villa in Shimoda for the summer holidays
Crown Prince Naruhito, Crown Princess Masako and Princess Aiko arrived at the Suzaki Imperial Villa in Shimoda for the summer holidays
Crown Prince Naruhito, Crown Princess Masako and Princess Aiko arrived at the Suzaki Imperial Villa in Shimoda for the summer holidays
Crown Prince Naruhito, Crown Princess Masako and Princess Aiko arrived at the Suzaki Imperial Villa in Shimoda for the summer holidays
Crown Prince Naruhito, Crown Princess Masako and Princess Aiko arrived at the Suzaki Imperial Villa in Shimoda for the summer holidays

13 comments:

  1. Je trouve cette famille bien sympathique.

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  2. That dress is not for a 16-year old. I know they are far more discreet in Japan than in Europe but, really, get with it and dress appropriately!

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  3. Masako dresses very chic, Aiko looks like something from the 1950's. But, I wold rather see her dress very modest than how some girls her age dress.

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    1. I absolutley agree with you Unknown. I also prefer modesty in clothing instead of what some call fashion, that is, walking around half-naked.

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    2. I also agree of course, but are the reasons behind it? Aiko seems to have difficulties to find her way. Wikipedia says : n early March 2010, Aiko began to stay home from school due to, along with other girls, being bullied by her elementary school classmates.[7] Aiko returned to school on a limited basis on 2 May 2010. After returning to school, a senior palace official said that she would attend a limited number of classes accompanied by her mother, upon advice from a doctor at the Crown Prince’s household.
      In November 2011, Aiko was hospitalized with pneumonia.
      Let'us hope she can overcome these teenager difficulties. Finding a more adequate clothing style could probably help.

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    3. Are those any teenage difficulties if she was 2010 eight years old? You may not mean it that way, but your comment got me feel you keep her respond for that school bulling and pneumonia, what she of course is not.

      Also most of royal teenage girls have not yet find they way to dress, I do not keep Aiko´s dress so bad at all.

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  4. Princess Aiko's dress, though neatly tailored, would look better without that peter pan collar and with better-defined shoulders. It needs either a short sleeve or no sleeves and a v-neck. This style increases the look of roundness. She certainly looks like her father!

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  5. La manga de Aiko es típicamente japonesa

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  6. She is certainly the picture of her father. Such a lovely family, I love seeing them out and about as a family.

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  7. Well, maybe typically Japanese, but a Peter Pan collar at 16????

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  8. The resemblance between Aiko and her Father is very strong. Aiko's dress is typical of Imperial family dress for girls. Unfortunately, it does not suit her. Masako looks well. The pants, eyelet top and jacket are very good looking.

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  9. How refreshing to see a very nice royal family, that is not super glamorous with women wearing hideously expensive clothes, usually worn once. The family appears to be approachable and respected by the Japanese people. That cannot be said for a number of European and British royal family members.

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  10. Nice to see princess Masako smiling and relax with her family. Hope they have a wonderful time off.

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