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Hanako, Princess Hitachi

Hanako, Princess Hitachi (正仁親王妃華子, Masahito Shinnōhi Hanako), born Hanako Tsugaru (津軽華子, Tsugaru Hanako) on 19 July 1940, is a member of the Japanese Imperial Family as the wife of Masahito, Prince Hitachi, who is the younger son of Emperor Shōwa and the only brother of the current emperor, Akihito.

Members of Japanese Imperial Family attended the Ceremony of New Year's Celebration at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo on January 1st. Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko were joined by Crown...

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On 14th December, HIH Princess Hisako of Takamado attended the 7th Commendation Ceremony of Prince Takamado Memorial Foundation for Japan-Korea Exchange took place in ...
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On 14th December, HIH Prince Masahito and HIH Princess Hanako of Hitachi attended the 35th Art Exhibition of Disabled Children took place in Tokyo.
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Kiko, Princess Akishino - Wikipedia
Princess Akishino during her visit to Mexico City, October 2014. Born: Kiko Kawashima (川嶋紀子) 11 September 1966 (age 51) Suruga-ku, Shizuoka, Japan
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Masako, Crown Princess of Japan - Wikipedia
Masako, Crown Princess of Japan (皇太子徳仁親王妃雅子, Kōtaishi Naruhito Shinnōhi Masako), born Masako Owada (小和田雅子, Owada Masako) on 9 December ...
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Meet all the official princesses of the world - USA TODAY
Meet all the official princesses of the world. There are a lot more princesses out there than you might think! From Princess Charlotte to Swedish Crown ...
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Halloween princess costumes: 5 reasons to say ... - USA TODAY
The "princess culture" has come to dominate girls' imaginations as they watch Moana and Frozen on an endless loop and see Disney characters appearing on ...
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Hisahito d'Akishino — Wikipédia
Le prince Hisahito d'Akishino (秋篠宮 悠仁 親王 殿下, Akishino-no-miya Hisahito shinnō denka?) est né le mercredi 6 septembre 2006 à l'hôpital Aiiku dans ...
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Masako Owada — Wikipédia
Masako Owada est la fille aînée du diplomate et spécialiste de droit international Hisashi Owada, qui fut successivement ambassadeur du Japon auprès de l'OCDE à ...
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Toilette in Giappone - Wikipedia
Le toilette sono state in uso in Giappone fino dall'inizio della civilizzazione, anche se l'esatto momento della loro invenzione non è conosciuto.
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premodern Japanese texts and translations
This bibliography covers texts written in Japan before the year 1600. The focus is on literary prose and poetry, but the bibliography also attempts to cover writings ...
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