Japanese Crown Prince family attended the opening of National Culture Festival

Crown Prince Akishino, Crown Princess Kiko, Prince Hisahito, Princess Mako and Princess Kako
On August 6, 2020, Crown Prince Akishino, Crown Princess Kiko and Prince Hisahito watched the 44th National High School Cultural Festival opening ceremony broadcast from Kochi City. On the 6th, the opening ceremony held at the local hall without a general audience was streamed live on the Internet.
Crown Prince Akishino, Crown Princess Kiko, Prince Hisahito, Princess Mako and Princess Kako
Crown Prince Akishino, Crown Princess Kiko, Prince Hisahito, Princess Mako and Princess Kako
Crown Prince Akishino, Crown Princess Kiko, Prince Hisahito, Princess Mako and Princess Kako
Crown Prince Akishino, Crown Princess Kiko, Prince Hisahito, Princess Mako and Princess Kako
Crown Prince Akishino, Crown Princess Kiko, Prince Hisahito, Princess Mako and Princess Kako

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  1. Princess Kiko's strange hairstyle…

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  2. Très joli teint de porcelaine de la princesse Kiko ; j'aime beaucoup ses boucles d'oreilles en perles qui s'accordent bien avec la couleur de sa toilette !

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  3. Pss Kiko looks very elegant, love her pearl earrings, her dress is lovely, suits her beautifully.

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  4. She would push Masako in front of moving bus in a New York minute if she thought she could get away with it.

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    1. I can't help but agree, although it has little to do with her fashion style -:) Her face tells the story.

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  5. Very nice photos of this attractive, dignified couple and their handsome son (who is looking more grown up all the time). I hope that in the near future we'll get an update on what daughters Mako and Kako have been doing, too.

    Princess Kiko's dress is beautiful -- and the Japanese ladies have such wonderful posture!

    Honestly I don't understand why anyone would think that Princess Kiko resents Empress Masako.

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    1. Honestly, you can read it by the look at her face when she is near the empress: she, Kiko, is the one who has provided the heir, so in her ( Kiko's) eyes - she must be the top woman in the Japanese court.

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    2. Anonymous at 6:57, I honestly (oh-oh there’s that word again ;-) haven’t observed any unpleasant look on Princess Kiko’s face when Empress Masako is nearby, but if you have observed such a look then we just have had different experiences.

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  6. Too bad Japan doesn't recognize women as heirs and even take their royal titles away when they marry a commoner.

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    1. Pity that it most likely won't change. If I were the imperial couple I would have done all I can to educate and showcase my daughter as a person worth having the right to be an empress. :P

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