Princesses Mako and Kako attended the premiere of 'Frozen 2'

On December 10, 2019, Japanese Princess Mako and Princess Kako attended the charity premiere of the film "Frozen 2" held at Toho Cinemas Roppongi Hills in Tokyo to help raise money for the victims of Typhoon Hagibis. Funds raised during the event will be distributed to the victims of Typhoon Hagibis through the Mainichi Welfare Foundation and be used for aid activities. Typhoon Hagibis battered eastern Japan in October and claimed the lives of 90 people in 13 prefectures including Tokyo.
Princess Mako and Princess Kako attended the charity premiere of the film Frozen 2 at Toho Cinemas Roppongi Hills in Tokyo
Princess Mako and Princess Kako attended the charity premiere of the film Frozen 2 at Toho Cinemas Roppongi Hills in Tokyo
Princess Mako and Princess Kako attended the charity premiere of the film Frozen 2 at Toho Cinemas Roppongi Hills in Tokyo
Princess Mako and Princess Kako attended the charity premiere of the film Frozen 2 at Toho Cinemas Roppongi Hills in Tokyo
Princess Mako and Princess Kako attended the charity premiere of the film Frozen 2 at Toho Cinemas Roppongi Hills in Tokyo
Princess Mako and Princess Kako attended the charity premiere of the film Frozen 2 at Toho Cinemas Roppongi Hills in Tokyo

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  1. Next to normal outfits, they look great

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    1. Sorry to dissent, but they are dressed like old ladies. The lopsided half-bangs are too girlish for young ladies in her middle twenties.

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    2. Agree that these outfits leave a lot to be desired. The hair, NO, the bangs look horrid. The outfits should be on middle aged women, no two women in their 20's. The whole scene is staged, wish the Japanese PR machine would understand that staged appearances just look awful, and do nothing to promote the actual cause or occasion.

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  2. Quel grand plaisir de voir les deux charmantes princesses en tenue de ville chic mais décontractée, discrètement maquillées ; qui pourrait-dire quelle est la jeune fille à gauche de l'image ? Par avance, merci !

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  3. I think the young woman on the left is Mizuki Nakamoto, who sings the japanese version of the song Into the unknown in Frozen II.

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    1. à Anon 20h12 Je vous remercie pour cette précision... Bonne soirée !

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  4. Both Pss. look lovely.

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  5. Lovely young pleasant ladies.

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  6. I have a few Japanese friend with whom I studied. They are really good friends.
    Why are these princesses did stiffed up?
    Dressed so old-fashioned? No spontaneity at all?
    Come on, Japan. It's the 21st century.
    Does this two princesses know what mobile phones, computers or modem fashion is?
    They seem to live in 70 years back in time.

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    1. I'd be willing to bet $100 that behind closed doors they are like normal western girls in their 20s. When they are officially out in public they are "working." *This* is their job until they marry out of the family. These clothes, hair styles, and accessories are their "uniforms" the same way employees have to wear red and khaki at Target. Th Imperial Household Agency lays out their clothes (probably months in advance) and says, "This is what you are wearing to 'such 'n such.'" and it's not a suggestion, it's an order. They don't fight it because they know it's not going to be forever and they will probably each get a nice trice fund if they just go along with the program. I'd even be willing to bet that when "not on duty" these two go out into the public and blend right in because they're not dressed up like this. People say, "they're such nice young ladies ...." and they are - *in public.* In private they're probably rock 'n roll head bangers. LOL.

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    2. Anoniempje, I don't understand your question if Mako and Kako "know what a computer is". Especially not when you say to have japanese friends.
      As for information technology, robot process automation and artificial intelligence Japan belongs to the leaders in the world. I am sure that Mako and Kako are well aware of that. I agree with Europa that the princesses wear some kind of "uniform" when on duty.

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  7. The dress code of the Imperial Household (a rigorous and extremely powerful body) lays down the rules.
    This has been clarified so often on this blog that I don’t think the criticism is justified, it makes no sense to go on and on. In view of these circumstances, I think the princesses are doing very well. Do we know what they think when they look at some of our royals????? In my opinion their dignified presence should be respected.

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