Tottori Visit of Princess Kako

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From 21st September to 22nd September, HIH Princess Kako fo Akishino visited Tottori Prefecture to attend the 2nd National Championship of Sign Language Performance for Senior High-School Students took place in Yonago City.

On 21st September, HIH Princess Kako visited the cenotaph for the victims of the explosion occurred during World War II in Sakaiminato City.

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On that day, HIH Princess Kako attended the reception with the senior high school students who participated in the championship took place in Yonago City and converse in sign language.

On 22nd September, HIH Princess Kako attended the opening ceremony of the 2nd National Championship of Sign Language Performance for Senior High-School Students took place in Yonago City and made a speech in sign language.

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Photo from Asahi1 and Asahi2

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  1. Impy the Painter

    Those who sign in any language are always impressive to watch. It is the culmination of hard work and dedication to a population that is often kept silent. HIH Princess Kako’s poise, her posture and the perfection of her hands is impressive and admirable. Princess Akishino and her daughters are wonderful representatives of Japan’s Sign Language users and wonderful ambassadors between the hearing and sign community. Thank you for sharing.

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