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Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by Explorers(m): 10:12am On May 17, 2017
A Japanese princess will give up her royal status when she marries a beach tourism worker she met in a restaurant.

Princess Mako, the granddaughter of Japan's emperor, is getting married to ocean lover Kei Komuro who can ski, play the violin and cook, it has been claimed.

The man who won the princess' heart, was a fellow student at International Christian University in Tokyo, where Princess Mako, 25, also graduated.

Once they say 'I do', she will lose her status - despite being Emperor Akihito's granddaughter - as Japanese tradition dictates and become a commoner.

They met at a restaurant in Tokyo's Shibuya about five years ago at a party to talk about studying abroad, and have been seeing more of each other in recent months.

Komuro has worked as 'Prince of the Sea' to promote tourism to the beaches of Shonan in Kanagawa prefecture, a report on public broadcaster NHK said.

Women can't succeed to the Chrysanthemum Throne in Japan.
Mako's father and her younger brother are in line to succeed Emperor Akihito.

Once she marries, Mako will no longer be a princess and will become a commoner.

But the process building up to the wedding is likely to take some time and be full of ritual, as Japanese nuptials, especially royal ones, tend to be.

First there will be an announcement, the equivalent of an engagement, and then a date for the wedding will be picked when the couple will make a formal report to the emperor and empress.

NHK said Mako has already introduced Komuro to her parents, and they approve.

Unlike royalty in Great Britain and other European countries, the emperor and his family tend to kept away from the public eye, although they travel abroad and appear at cultural events.

Therefore, little is known of the princess other than she was a student at the International Christian University (ICU) in Tokyo in April 2010.
In doing so, she became the first member of the Japanese imperial family to attend university, according to Mainichi.

As part of her arts and cultural property studies, she attended the University of Edinburgh in Scotland on an exchange.
Having finished at ICU, Princess Make returned to Britain where she gained a masters in art museum and gallery studies from the University of Leicester in January 2016.

She is currently working as an affiliate researcher the University Museum of the University of Tokyo whilst combining a doctorate programme at ICU.







http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4510700/Japans-Princess-Mako-married-report-says.html

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by ObiOkpor(m): 10:13am On May 17, 2017
OK... In Nigeria, the rich only marry the rich.

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by Explorers(m): 10:14am On May 17, 2017
Japan's Prince Hisahito (centre, front), wearing a traditional ceremonial attire, is accompanied by his parents, Prince Akishino, Princess Kiko, his sisters Princess Mako, left, and Princess Kako, right, after attending 'Chakko-no-gi' ceremony to celebrate his growth and the passage from infancy to childhood, at the Akasaka imperial estate in Tokyo.

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by Nobody: 10:15am On May 17, 2017
smiley smiley smiley

Lovely

But why emphasizing on his class?


All humans are equal ok

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by Explorers(m): 10:15am On May 17, 2017
Journalists gather in front of the gate of Akasaka Estate where the residence of Prince Akishino is located in Tokyo after the news that the prince's daughter is getting married to an ocean lover was reported Tuesday, May 16, 2017.

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by BlackDBagba: 10:19am On May 17, 2017
True love never goes to the shores of Nigeria grin

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by Explorers(m): 10:20am On May 17, 2017
StephDamielola:
smiley smiley smiley

All humans are equal ok


Sure, but some ladies cannot make that sacrifice. Even most Royal parents.

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by Nobody: 10:22am On May 17, 2017
Explorers:



Sure, some ladies cannot make that sacrifice. Even most Royal parents.

Uncle Explorers, you are right..

Class has made some people look greater and superior to others.

The rich get scared relating with the middle class

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by hahn(m): 10:28am On May 17, 2017
StephDamielola:
smiley smiley smiley

Lovely

But why emphasizing on his class?


All humans are equal ok

All humans are not equal. Do not deceive yourself undecided

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by Nobody: 10:29am On May 17, 2017
hahn:


All humans are not equal. Do not deceive yourself undecided

Hmmmm, Like you are much better?

Uncle Undeceived undecided undecided undecided

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by Nobody: 11:06am On May 17, 2017
StephDamielola:
smiley smiley smiley

Lovely

But why emphasizing on his class?


[b]All humans are equal[b] ok


Who told that. Can u talk to ambode

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by Nobody: 11:08am On May 17, 2017
smithsydny:



Who told that. Can u talk to ambode




Without Any Hesitation..


Ambode your God...

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by Nobody: 11:13am On May 17, 2017
StephDamielola:




Without Any Hesitation..


Ambode your God...

U can lie for the universe

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by EbukaHades10(m): 11:18am On May 17, 2017
Ije love

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by hahn(m): 11:26am On May 17, 2017
StephDamielola:


Hmmmm, Like you are much better?

Uncle Undeceived undecided undecided undecided

Look madam. I might not even be your equal. You might be better than me at one thing or the other or have a better social or educational standing

I understand you are trying to be modest but I am sure there are certain places you can walk in freely that not everyone else can

There is not derogatory about it. It is life

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by freshness2020: 11:47am On May 17, 2017
Love rules all.
This rarely happen though...
Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by Thayay(m): 12:09pm On May 17, 2017
Naija babes will be like.... Adonbilivit

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by Nobody: 12:16pm On May 17, 2017
Nothing new. Edward VIII, the king of England, abdicated the throne to marry Wallis Simpson, a "nobody".

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by Fkforyou(m): 12:31pm On May 17, 2017
Now this is true love cheesy

That's how Dangote's daughter wants to give up her last name to be with me. cool

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by optionB: 2:25pm On May 17, 2017
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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by AngelicBeing: 2:26pm On May 17, 2017
wink
Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by Partnerbiz: 2:27pm On May 17, 2017
Fkforyou:
Now this is true love cheesy

That's how Dangote's daughter wants to give up her last name to be with me. cool
Nothing like love anywhere.

If she does that then there is sth yhe guy has which she values over wealth..

Life is business..

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by Nobody: 2:28pm On May 17, 2017
But Babamgida's daughter also married a commoner who only gave IBB cows and N500
Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by KingEbukaNaija: 2:28pm On May 17, 2017
Women can do crazier things for love .

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by bayinq25(m): 2:28pm On May 17, 2017
ObiOkpor:
OK... In Nigeria, the rich only marry the rich.
Or rich niqqas marry gold digging wh*res!!

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by kings09(m): 2:29pm On May 17, 2017
This must be a movie #Telemundo cheesy

If dis hapn for naija, make my fone bend cheesy

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by Nobody: 2:29pm On May 17, 2017
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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by soberdrunk(m): 2:29pm On May 17, 2017
See "True Love"!!! All Nigerian girls know is "I need a man that can take care of me" like say their papa nah "Handicap"!! angry angry

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by beautiful232(f): 2:29pm On May 17, 2017
same slay queen will not marry him they wan mmm man they wan money bagger smh
Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by blackpanda: 2:29pm On May 17, 2017
smh...mumu girl wasting her destiny because of prick grin grin grin

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Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by MrSheyi(m): 2:29pm On May 17, 2017
oaky cool, true love
Re: Japanese Princess Gives Up Her Royal Status To Marry A 'Beach' Worker(Photos) by bayinq25(m): 2:30pm On May 17, 2017
Explorers:
A Japanese princess will give up her royal status when she marries a beach tourism worker she met in a restaurant.

Princess Mako, the granddaughter of Japan's emperor, is getting married to ocean lover Kei Komuro who can ski, play the violin and cook, it has been claimed.

The man who won the princess' heart, was a fellow student at International Christian University in Tokyo, where Princess Mako, 25, also graduated.

Once they say 'I do', she will lose her status - despite being Emperor Akihito's granddaughter - as Japanese tradition dictates and become a commoner.

They met at a restaurant in Tokyo's Shibuya about five years ago at a party to talk about studying abroad, and have been seeing more of each other in recent months.

Komuro has worked as 'Prince of the Sea' to promote tourism to the beaches of Shonan in Kanagawa prefecture, a report on public broadcaster NHK said.

Women can't succeed to the Chrysanthemum Throne in Japan.
Mako's father and her younger brother are in line to succeed Emperor Akihito.

Once she marries, Mako will no longer be a princess and will become a commoner.

But the process building up to the wedding is likely to take some time and be full of ritual, as Japanese nuptials, especially royal ones, tend to be.

First there will be an announcement, the equivalent of an engagement, and then a date for the wedding will be picked when the couple will make a formal report to the emperor and empress.

NHK said Mako has already introduced Komuro to her parents, and they approve.

Unlike royalty in Great Britain and other European countries, the emperor and his family tend to kept away from the public eye, although they travel abroad and appear at cultural events.

Therefore, little is known of the princess other than she was a student at the International Christian University (ICU) in Tokyo in April 2010.
In doing so, she became the first member of the Japanese imperial family to attend university, according to Mainichi.

As part of her arts and cultural property studies, she attended the University of Edinburgh in Scotland on an exchange.
Having finished at ICU, Princess Make returned to Britain where she gained a masters in art museum and gallery studies from the University of Leicester in January 2016.

She is currently working as an affiliate researcher the University Museum of the University of Tokyo whilst combining a doctorate programme at ICU.







http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4510700/Japans-Princess-Mako-married-report-says.html

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