Japanese Princess Mako's official visit to Peru and Bolivia

Japanese Princess Mako completed her 6 day official visit to Peru. On July 12, 2019, Japan's Princess Mako visited Emmanuel Association's Medical Clinic near Lima, the capital of Peru. During that visit, Princess Mako also visited a section of the facility dedicated to elderly care. Afterwards, Princess Mako visited a museum known for its collection of pre-Columbian Peruvian artifacts.
Princess Mako visited the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. She visit Koriqancha Temple and Cusco's Cathedral
Princess Mako visited the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. She visit Koriqancha Temple and Cusco's Cathedral
Princess Mako visited the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. She visit Koriqancha Temple and Cusco's Cathedral
Princess Mako visited the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. She visit Koriqancha Temple and Cusco's Cathedral
Princess Mako visited the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. She visit Koriqancha Temple and Cusco's Cathedral
On July 13, 2019, Princess Mako visited the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. Afterwards, The Princess visited the village of Machupicchu at the foot of the mountain where Japanese immigrant Yokichi Nouchi served as village chief in 1948.
Princess Mako visited the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. She visit Koriqancha Temple and Cusco's Cathedral
Princess Mako visited the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. She visit Koriqancha Temple and Cusco's Cathedral
Princess Mako visited the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. She visit Koriqancha Temple and Cusco's Cathedral
Princess Mako visited the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. She visit Koriqancha Temple and Cusco's Cathedral
Princess Mako visited the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. She visit Koriqancha Temple and Cusco's Cathedral
On July 14, Princess Mako visited the Koriqancha Temple and Cusco's Cathedral accompanied by Cusco's Mayor Victor Boluarte Medina and the church administrator of Santo Domingo Convent, Isaac Quispe Fonseca. On Sunday, The Princess departed from Peru and travelled to Bolivia. The Princess is currently making an official visit to Bolivia on the occasion of the 120th anniversary of the arrival of Japanese migrants to the South American countries.
Princess Mako visited the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. She visit Koriqancha Temple and Cusco's Cathedral
Princess Mako visited the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. She visit Koriqancha Temple and Cusco's Cathedral
Princess Mako visited the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. She visit Koriqancha Temple and Cusco's Cathedral
Princess Mako visited the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. She visit Koriqancha Temple and Cusco's Cathedral
Princess Mako visited the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. She visit Koriqancha Temple and Cusco's Cathedral

18 comments:

  1. Lovely young lady and very stylish. I especially like the casual look of the white pants, blue blazer and the wonderful hat.

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  2. japan and china going for what is left in America Latina!

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    1. Did you actually read the caption explaining the reason for her visit?

      Whether you have a point or not this isn't a site for geopolitics. There are enough of those already...

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  3. japan and china going for what is left in America Latina!

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  4. A poised and appropriately dressed young lady.

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  5. Wowza, this girl has it very much together here fashion-wise. From cute (but not childish) to elegant, everything looks chic & fits like a dream. (OK, trainers are not great-looking, but they seem to be a sartorial inevitability these days so I suppose they can technically be called chic...and at least she didn't pair them with a dress!). Mako is representing her country spectacularly.

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    1. Nobody is able to visit a place like Machu Picchu in anything else than trainers or similar reasonable shoes.
      AngieF

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    2. Hi Angie! I understand that some locales (such as Machu Picchu) demand footwear that is arguably not great-looking. It's better than losing a shoe on a mountain trail :-). The rest of Mako's outfit was adorable.

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    3. Hi Jane! Yes, for the first time she looks like a modern young woman - I love it!
      By the way, flat shoes (also trainers) can be great-looking, too. Can't understand this extremely highheel fashion anyway - ruins your feet.
      AngieF

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    4. But...but... that hat! Wow.
      She looks fantastic in it. It's a lovely accessory and I'd love to have it for myself, to be honest.
      Anon 9:13

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  6. She’s a great representative for her country and family

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  7. Wenn es stimmt, was ich so gelesen habe, dann ist das japanische Hofprotokoll sehr streng. Es gibt unendlich viele Vorschriften was das Thema Kleidung anbelangt. Die Mitglieder des Hofes halten sich daran. Mir kommen manche Styles wie aus der Zeit gefallen vor. Natürlich ist nichts "falsch" an den Kostümchen und Hütchen in einem sich immer ähnelnden Schnitt und in gleichen Farben. Für mich soll Mode Spaß machen und das Beste für die Trägerin herausholen (alles andere ist für mich Kleidung). Siehe da: für Machu Picchu scheint das jahrtausende alte Hofprotokoll nichts vorzusehen. Deshalb dieser andere Look mit der Hose, der leichten Bluse und dem Hut. Und Sneakers, na ja, die damenhafte Variante von dem, was frau gerade wirklich trägt;-) Schwupps sieht Prinzessin M. fröhlich und jugendhaft aus, ohne zu viel von sich zu zeigen. Ich bin ehrlich begeistert! Fit scheint sie sowieso zu sein, trotz der Höhe; ihre Entourage jedoch ist außerhalb der Palastmauern etwas kurzatmig.

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  8. This is a very attractive outfit, love the color combination too. She is a busy young Pss.

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  9. Some very nice looks here. Her casual outfit for Machu Picchu is super - love the colour scheme, the loose fitting trousers, and the hat. I also like the way she added a jacket, and tied back her hair for the visit to the village. She looks very appropriate. And I love the final outfit too - flattering colour, beautifully tailored, and a touch of coral jewelry. She seems to be a very poised young woman representing her country well. ( V.M.)

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  10. Mooie outfits maar oh zo klassiek, net een veel oudere vrouw en vooral met die klassieke schoenen. Moet het nu altijd een tailleur zijn?

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  11. As I see how much the born princesses of Japan do at home and around the world representing their country, it saddens me that they lose their position when they marry.

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  12. She looks really lovely and stylish in picture 8! I do sincerely hope, that she is a happy young woman...

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