Princess Kako visited the Benedictine Abbey of Tihany

On September 22, 2019, Princess Kako of Japan visited the Benedictine Abbey and Museum (Tihanyi Bences Apatsag) on the Balaton peninsula in Tihany. The Tihany Abbey is a Benedictine monastery established at Tihany in the Kingdom of Hungary in 1055. Afterwards, The Princess visited Porcelain Museum of Herend. Herend is the centre of artistic porcelain production in Hungary and it is the world's largest porcelain factory, which has been operating for over 180 years. The Museum presents the technology used by the Herend porcelain factory and the history of this factory.
The Tihany Abbey is a Benedictine monastery established at Tihany
The Tihany Abbey is a Benedictine monastery established at Tihany
The Tihany Abbey is a Benedictine monastery established at Tihany
The Tihany Abbey is a Benedictine monastery established at Tihany
The Tihany Abbey is a Benedictine monastery established at Tihany
The Tihany Abbey is a Benedictine monastery established at Tihany
The Tihany Abbey is a Benedictine monastery established at Tihany
The Tihany Abbey is a Benedictine monastery established at Tihany
The Tihany Abbey is a Benedictine monastery established at Tihany
The Tihany Abbey is a Benedictine monastery established at Tihany
Herend is the centre of artistic porcelain production in Hungary
Herend is the centre of artistic porcelain production in Hungary
Herend is the centre of artistic porcelain production in Hungary
Herend is the centre of artistic porcelain production in Hungary

11 comments:

  1. Lovely, age appropriate dress! Wonderful tour!

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    1. Fully agree! She looks wonderful here

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  2. Adorable, gracieuse Kako, très à l'écoute des explications données surtout lors de la visite du musée de la porcelaine de Herend ; j'aurais bien aimé l'accompagner... La dernière photo est magnifique !!!

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  3. Adorable, gracieuse Kako, très à l'écoute des explications données surtout lors de la visite du musée de la porcelaine de Herend ; j'aurais bien aimé l'accompagner... La dernière photo est magnifique !!!

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  4. Very lovely dress. Also a beautiful church.

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  5. This dress is beautifully tailored and fits her perfectly. The fabric is very interesting - probably a tweed-silk? It makes you want to touch it. I hope she will feel more free to add some interesting jewelry or a scarf to her wardrobe. Her security is very present and obvious, too, and that young woman guard looks like she can handle just about any threat.

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  7. One of her best outfits for this tour. Lovely dress, -----colour, material and fit. The Princess looks great.

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  8. Another nondescript grandma dress and shoes to match. The style of the young princesses Akishino has regrettably nothing to do with the exquisite and fashionable style of their grandmother since she was Crown Princess Michiko and up to the present day.

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