Japanese Emperor and Empress attended the parliament's 130th anniversary ceremony

Emperor Naruhito, Empress Masako and Princess Mako attended the Japanese Parliament's 130th anniversary ceremony
On November 29, 2020, Japanese Emperor Naruhito, Empress Masako and Princess Mako attended the Japanese Parliament's 130th anniversary ceremony held at the Diet building in Tokyo. The Imperial Diet, Japan’s first modern legislature, was established in 1890 under the 1889 Meiji Constitution, the first modern Constitution enacted in Japan.
Emperor Naruhito, Empress Masako and Princess Mako attended the Japanese Parliament's 130th anniversary ceremony
The Imperial Diet consisted of two houses: the House of Peers and the House of Representatives. The Diet building is located in Nagatacho, Tokyo.
Emperor Naruhito, Empress Masako and Princess Mako attended the Japanese Parliament's 130th anniversary ceremony
Emperor Naruhito, Empress Masako and Princess Mako attended the Japanese Parliament's 130th anniversary ceremony
Emperor Naruhito, Empress Masako and Princess Mako attended the Japanese Parliament's 130th anniversary ceremony
Emperor Naruhito, Empress Masako and Princess Mako attended the Japanese Parliament's 130th anniversary ceremony
Emperor Naruhito, Empress Masako and Princess Mako attended the Japanese Parliament's 130th anniversary ceremony
Emperor Naruhito, Empress Masako and Princess Mako attended the Japanese Parliament's 130th anniversary ceremony
Emperor Naruhito, Empress Masako and Princess Mako attended the Japanese Parliament's 130th anniversary ceremony
Emperor Naruhito, Empress Masako and Princess Mako attended the Japanese Parliament's 130th anniversary ceremony

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  1. Solaire Masako dans ce tailleur-jupe avec le chapeau assorti ; chaussures bicolores dorés qui changent agréablement de ceux portés précédemment. La princesse Mako dans le même style de tenue mais plus fade doit représenter ses parents !

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  2. The Empress looks, once again, classy and gorgeous as usual. The color of her silk suit is beautiful.
    Chel

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    1. These Japanese ladies are modest in public and wear clothes that fit their figures, they're not super-tight like a lot of women like to wear. Both suits here are quite nice. ~Laurel~

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  3. Very sweet colours, wonderful silk fabrics, but fashion style,
    ( sorry) so boring.

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    1. Agree... Its boring and dated

      -Daphne-

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    2. When it goes about traditions, I wouldn't dare call it boring, although it is the impression it gives. Is it better to follow fashion rather than traditions? Just another world...

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    3. It is horrible to do to such a young princess. They should consider that their empire is shrinking due to their antiquated rules. Keeping their young princesses in these terrible clothes is not helping matters. The women are stripped of all individualism. Where is the incentive to stay?

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  4. It would be nice to see the royal ladies occasionally wear suits with pattern. They always look lovely in their neutral suits too.!

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  5. Does anyone know why the Empress' clothes always has lots of wrinkles? The material looks fabulous but it's unfortunately to see them.

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    1. I would guess that the fabric is silk.

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  6. So happy to see Princess Mako here. Is her presence a hint to a future role even when married ? Change is slow to come with the Imperial agency, but... Fashion wise there is no surprise of course but then, the silks are so beautiful, and I prefer to consider the clothes as timeless, rather than out of fashion. It is part of the things the Imperial family take on.

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