Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako attended the Midori Academic Award ceremony

Empress Masako attended the Midori Academic Award ceremony (Reiwa). Masako wore a green tweed jacket and skirt

Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako attended the 15th Midori Academic Award ceremony (Reiwa), held at the Parliamentary Museum in Tokyo. The prize is awarded by the Prime Minister to individuals in Japan with remarkable academic achievements in the fields related to “green” science, such as researches on plants, forests, greening, horticulture, ecology, landscaping or natural conservation, and development of related technology.

Empress Masako attended the Midori Academic Award ceremony (Reiwa). Masako wore a green tweed jacket and skirt

Empress Masako attended the Midori Academic Award ceremony (Reiwa). Masako wore a green tweed jacket and skirt

Empress Masako attended the Midori Academic Award ceremony (Reiwa). Masako wore a green tweed jacket and skirt

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  1. Again, the Emperor is wearing a tie to complement the colour of the Empress's outfit.
    Such a minor, simple point like that can speak better than a thousand words.
    As for the Empress's outfit ........... magnificent.

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    1. Such class and elegance as usual. They look great.
      Chel

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  2. Empress Masako as elegant as ever. Lovely shade of mint green

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  3. Schade , dass man das liebe Gesicht der Kaiserin nicht sehen kann !!

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  4. Anonymous26/4/21 00:21

    The fact that the Emperor nearly always matches his tie to the Empresses' outfit sends a strong and subtle message of harmony as a couple. I love that.
    The colour of Empress Masako's outfit is refreshing and so appropriate for Spring. If only she had worn a different style hat, it would have taken her overall look from charming to outstanding.
    - Anon 9:13

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    1. I agree but I must admit I have no opinion on the hat.

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    2. Anonymous26/4/21 18:54

      I completely agree, Anon 9:13. Your assessment is spot on, down to the hat. It is so unflattering, covering her face. Maybe Masako will decide to try a new style some day that will show her beautiful face. ~d

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    3. Anonymous27/4/21 00:24

      I so agree, d. She has a lovely face and there are so many lovely hats, even in a conservative style (if that is the reasoning behind the Imperial Household's choices for her) that would suit and look so flattering to Empress Masako. She is a lovely lady. We can only hope and keep our fingers crossed.
      - Anon 9:13

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  5. Délicieuse Masako dans cette couleur vert anis pastel qui donne une note très printanière ; j'aimerais bien qu'elle nous surprenne avec un nouveau style de chapeau - Je remarque souvent la classe de l'empereur qui porte un costume très bien coupé et une cravate qu'il essaie toujours d'associer à la couleur de son épouse !

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  6. Anonymous26/4/21 18:20

    I absolutely adore this shade of mint green, but rarely find a great look with it.

    Well, here it is! E Masako looks fabulous! Absolutely perfect in every way, plus a coordinated tie makes it next level.

    Вера💚🦋

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  7. Anonymous27/4/21 00:02

    Beautiful tailoring as usual, and a fresh springlike colour. I’d love to see her experiment a bit more with her hats. Perhaps that will come in time. (V.M)

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  8. Anonymous27/4/21 01:00

    Lovely spring shade of green she is wearing.

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