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Niigata Visit of Akishino Couple

From 18th July to 19th July, HIH Prince Fumihito and HIH Princess Kiko of Akishino visited Niigata Prefecture to attend the 15th Sea Festa.

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All members of Akishino Family

On 23rd June, the all members of Akishino Family attended the concert to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the establishment of the diplomatic relations between Japan and Republic of Indonesia took place in Tokyo.

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Hiroshima Visit of Prince Akishino

From 19th June to 20th June, HIH Prince Fumihito of Akishino visited Hiroshima Prefecture to attend the annual convention of Japan Association of Botanical Gardens as the President of the association.

On 19th June, HIH Prince Fumihito visited Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and offered flowers at the cenotaph for the atomic bomb victims.

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Meeting Grandparents

On 17th June, HIH Princess Kako of Akishino visited Imperial Residence and met with HM Emperor Akihito and HM Empress Michiko to report her home-coming.

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Remebering Empress Kojun

On 16th June, the memorial service for late Empress Kojun (1903-2000) took place at Imperial Palace Sanctuary and the members of Imperial Family gathered at Imperial Palace.

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Princess Kako came back to Japan

On 15th June, HIH Princess Kako of Akishino came back to Japan from United Kingdom.
HIH Princess Kako studied at the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures at the University of Leeds in England, as an exchange student from the International Christian University in Tokyo.

Japan’s Princess Kako completes her studies in U.K.

Text from The Japan Times

LEEDS, ENGLAND – Princess Kako, granddaughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, has completed a study program at the University of Leeds in England.
The second daughter of Prince Akishino and Princess Kiko left Japan in September last year to study at the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures at the university in West Yorkshire, England, as an exchange student from the International Christian University in Tokyo.
The princess will return to Japan on Friday.
She completed all curriculum requirements, including exams, in early June, according to the Imperial Household Agency. On holidays, she traveled to Spain and Portugal with her friends.
Monday, Princess Kako participated in a photo session at a university theater – now a familiar venue for the 23-year-old princess who took many performing arts classes during the program.
During the session, the princess, wearing a blue dress and a black jacket, listened to the explanations about performing arts from Alan Langlands, the university’s vice chancellor, and Alice O’Grady, head of the School of Performance and Cultural Industries at the university.

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Children’s Publishing Culture Award

On 12th June, HIH Princess Kiko of Akishino attended the 65th Award Ceremony of Sankei Children’s Publishing Culture Award took place in Tokyo.

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Hawaii Visit of Akishino Couple

From 4th June to 9th June, HIH Prince Fumihito and HIH Princess Kiko of Akishino visited the State of Hawaii, United States of America to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the immigration of Japanese to Hawaii.

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Ancient Japanese polo

On 29th May, HM Emperor Akihito, HM Empress Michiko, HIH Crown Prince Naruhito, HIH Prince Fumihito and HIH Princess Kiko of Akishino watched the match of Dakyu (Ancient Japanese polo) played by the staffs of Imperial Household Agency took place at Imperial Palace.

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Kagoshima Visit of Akishino Couple

From 24th May to 25th May, HIH Prince Fumihito and HIH Princess Kiko of Akishino visited Kagoshima Prefecture to attend the ceremony to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Meiji Restoration.

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