Crown Prince Naruhito and Crown Princess Masako visited Tokyo National Museum

On April 24, 2019, Crown Prince Naruhito and Crown Princess Masako visited a special exhibition "The 30th Anniversary of the Enthronement, Cultural Exchanges of Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress: Sharing the Beauty of Japan" at Tokyo National Museum in Taito. The Emperor's abdication will be on April 30, 2019, and his eldest son, Crown Prince Naruhito's succession to the throne on the following day May 1st.
The Emperor's abdication will be on April 30, 2019, and his eldest son, Crown Prince Naruhito's succession to the throne
The Emperor's abdication will be on April 30, 2019, and his eldest son, Crown Prince Naruhito's succession to the throne
The Emperor's abdication will be on April 30, 2019, and his eldest son, Crown Prince Naruhito's succession to the throne

14 comments:

  1. Masako has her mother in law’s elegance combined with modern day confidence.

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  2. Very lovely couple. CPss Masako looks healthy and happy. I only hope the IHA let her do her job as Empress and don't put so much pressure on her. She is a smart women, let her do it her way.She will put her mark on her work and that is super. I wish them both the best for the future.BTW her suit is very lovely.

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  3. princess spreading her legs in photo 1 is Not very cute! 🙈

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    1. I think the photograph simply caught her in the motion of walking up to the exhibit. It's near impossible for one to walk without "spreading [their] legs."

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    2. I do believe she is walking not just standing there. She can't help it if photographers snap her and send out the awkward photo.

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    3. You can see the photo captured them in motion. She is not standing with her legs spread. Naruhito is stepping forward. It is safe to assume Masako is stepping to the side. SMH

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    4. She's taking a step forward to get nearer to that fabulous folding screen. The princess has, by the way, one of the loveliest smiles around.

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    5. Exactly Sakurahime,KarenLR…… that's the way it is.
      I hope we'll be able to see a great part of the succession LIVE on television in Europe!

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  4. Can’t wait to see her as empress. She has a wonderful sense of style. Modern with a great class to it. Keeping my fingers crossed that she continues to be herself after becoming empress.

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  5. ik vind de kledij van de Japanse prinsessen veel te klassiek, de oude Keizerin is wel altijd chique gekleed.

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    1. De stijl van de Keizerin zou de prinses niet passen. Ja het klopt de princessen zijn te klassiek maar dat zijn de regels in Japan. Misschien kan zij toch haar eigene stijl wat meer uitdrukken.

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  6. From all the ladies married in to royal families, she went through too much escrunity at the point of suffering from constant depression, i really hope she is feeling more strong in body and mind.

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