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I think she's had time to process the postponement and is getting on with the job. Mako's been out on events since February. I doubt she'll sulk her way through Brazil.

Well…Kei and Mako could elope in theory. However respect for family, traditions, and propriety will keep them from doing so. Besides, who would agree to officiate the ceremony? An elopement would be a huge scandal. Anyone involved will be hounded by the press/blamed. I'd imagine Mako's parents and grandparents would be especially hurt and disappointed.


On July 19th, Princess Mako travelled to Londrina and Rolândia in Paraná state. She visited the Cultural and Sports Association of Londrina (Acel), planted a white ipê seedling, unveiled a plaque commemorating her visit, and received a painting by artist Carlos Kubo. She viewed a monument with names of people who contributed to Acel. Then, the princess visited the Japanese Immigration of Parana History Museum in Rolândia.

Princesa Mako chega a Londrina e participa de evento - Folha de Londrina - O Jornal do Paraná - Brasil

Visita da princesa Mako celebra 110 anos da imigração japonesa - Folha de Londrina - O Jornal do Paraná - Brasil

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Housewife Letícia Hiroko Omoto, 80, said that even in Japan it is difficult to find a member of the imperial family. "It's a pleasure for us. This is the second time I meet with members of the imperial family," she said.

Omoto [...] met the parents of Princess Mako, Prince Fumihito and Princess Kiko of Akishino, who visited Londrina in October 2015, during the commemoration of the 120 years of diplomatic relations between Brazil and Japan.

For Inês Massae Tomita, 81, the visit of the princess is "very important". "It is very rare for this kind of meeting, the imperial family has always been very important for my parents, and as a descendant of Japanese, I think it was an anxiety.

[...] Luzia Yamashita Deliberador ... pointed out that the visit of a princess obeys a protocol. "We have to make it possible for the elderly to get close to the princess," she said.
Kyoto photo of Mako greeting children.

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Getty Images of July 19 in Londrina and Rolândia

Manchete do Povo | Em comemoração aos 110 anos de imigração japonesa princesa Mako visita Rolândia (Google translation)

Some early photos of Princess Mako in Maringá on July 20:
https://twitter.com/cbnmaringa/statu...17843584442370
https://twitter.com/cbnmaringa/statu...24235502325760

ETA: more photos/info...
Princesa Mako é recebida pela governadora Cida Borghetti - CBN

Princesa Mako de Akishino inicia visita a Maringá - GMC online
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The official agenda of the princess of Japan, Mako of Akishino, has already begun this Friday (20) in Maringá. The members of the Japanese imperial family arrived at 11:45am at the Maringá Cultural and Sports Association (Acema), where she planted a tree and met the governor of Parana, Cida Borghetti. A reserved lunch is scheduled.

[…]

After lunch, Princess Mako will visit Expo Imin, in the International Exhibition Park Francisco Feio Ribeiro. The expectation is that she arrives at 2:15pm and remains for an hour. She will then return the hotel and return at 6:30pm for the official opening of the expo.
ETA: Princess Mako with Governor Cida Borghetti of Paraná and her husband Ricardo Barros, federal deputy of Paraná.
https://www.instagram.com/p/Bldc8_Sg...barros.oficial

https://twitter.com/cidaborghetti_/s...01792604168193

https://twitter.com/cbnmaringa/statu...60236660674561
https://twitter.com/cbnmaringa/statu...67362250375170
https://twitter.com/cbnmaringa/statu...24683940917248
https://twitter.com/cbnmaringa/statu...31780019568641

Facebook photos:
https://www.facebook.com/aldo.shigut...16235711836818
https://www.facebook.com/sysmexpt/po...12506145440824
https://www.facebook.com/nickmuniz.n...13157672238276
https://www.facebook.com/nishimorilu...47392658609353

ETA: Getty Images July 20
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Princess Mako continue her trip in Brazil visits the 21st Japan Festival in Sao Paulo, on 21 July

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Today 22 July Princess Mako visit the Japan House cultural promotion centre in Sao Paulo

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Thanks eya!

Later, Princess Mako visited the Japanese Immigration Monument and Japanese Pavilion in Ibirapuera Park on July 21:

Photos: Asahi, Sankei

Princesa Mako, da família real do Japão, visita festival em São Paulo - 21/07/2018 - Mundo - Folha

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Later, Princess Mako visited the Japanese Immigration Monument and Japanese Pavilion in Ibirapuera Park on July 21:
Photos: Asahi
I really like Mako's hat in these pictures, matched with the white suit. Plus there's a little pin.

Very classy! She looks lovely.
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The dailymail has finally spotted Mako in Brazil


** dailymail: Japan's 'commoner' Princess Mako, 26, visits Brazil for migrant anniversary..**


** dailymail: Japanese Princess Mako begins visit to Brazil´s biggest city **
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Princesa Mako, do Japão, interage com exposição de arte em São Paulo - 22/07/2018 - Mundo - Folha
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… the princess met the show "Aromas e Sabores", which proposes an immersion in Japanese culture through senses. Mako interacted with the smells of the perfume bottles from Japanese artist Maki Ueda's "Olfactory Labyrinth Version 4 - Discovering the Cherry Blossoms" installation…
Princess Mako visits Brazil museum on Japanese immigrants - The Mainichi
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[…] An estimated 250,000 Japanese have immigrated to Brazil since the first 781 people left the port city of Kobe for the country in 1908 under a Japanese government policy at the time to encourage emigration in the wake of an economic downturn and growing population. Sao Paulo is the home to the largest Japanese overseas community.

"They must have faced great difficulties," said the princess at the Immigration Museum after seeing photographs, a replica of immigrant housing and a map indicating where Japanese people settled among other items.

Other sites she visited Sunday included the Japan House, a hub of a Japanese government project to promote Japanese culture abroad, as well as Promissao, a municipality built by the immigrants.

[…]


ETA: https://twitter.com/FNN_News/status/1021371855045881856

Princess Mako marks 110th year since Japanese landed in Brazil:The Asahi Shimbun
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[...] "I wish to express my most profound esteem for the legacy of Japanese immigrants and their offspring who have contributed to the development of the Japanese-Brazilian society in Brazil through their extensive efforts," said Mako [...]

The sixth generation of Japanese-Brazilians is the youngest in the country.
ETA: Princess Mako also visited Marília on July 22nd where she was received by about 600 people at the Municipal Theater and she planted a yellow ipê tree. The Japanese delegation then went to Promissão for immigration anniversary festivities.

Centenas de pessoas prestigiam visita da princesa Mako a Marília | Noticias de Marília | G1

Princesa Mako, do Japão, festeja centenário da imigração no Centro-Oeste Paulista | Bauru e Marília | G1

https://www.facebook.com/horahtv/posts/2032444183456800

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Getty Images July 23: Hirano Colony, a former immigrant settlement in Cafelandia, and Cultural Association Nipo Brazilian of Araçatuba

More photos at Princesa imperial do Japão visita Araçatuba aos 110 anos da imigração | Prefeitura Municipal de Araçatuba

Getty Images July 24: Museum of Zoology of the University of Sao Paulo

Emperor Akihito donated some fish specimens to the museum after his 1978 visit. Next, Princess Mako will visit Amazonas and Pará states in northern Brazil, including merge points of the Amazon river. [Jiji]

The article below about the Araçatuba visit includes a sizable description on press restrictions. The press were placed, by the princess’ staff, at the entrance of the cultural center under the strong sun and they could not leave. Rules were emailed and printed out; journalists were expressly forbidden from walking in front of the princess, directing microphones at her, asking any questions, filming her lunch, and capturing candid photos.

Unfortunately the press location was poor as the princess did not end up facing them as she greeted the welcoming children. The press had to leave after the princess' speech.

Princesa Mako, da Família Imperial Japonesa, visita Araçatuba | Regional Press

Some anxiety before Princess Mako travels to Manaus where 14 people were killed July 20-22 reportedly from drug violence. [Jiji]



ETA: Later on July 24th, Princess Mako arrived in Manaus, Amazonas in the afternoon. She visited the Nipo-Brazilian Association (Nipaku) in the Adrianopólis neighborhood and then met Governor Amazonino Mendes.

Photos/articles: Princesa Mako chega a Manaus para celebrar 110 anos da imigração japonesa

Princesa Mako chega a Manaus para celebrar 110 anos da imigração japonesa no Brasil | Amazonas | G1

https://twitter.com/AmazoninoAM/stat...40895908851714
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A little break from Brazil...

On July 25th, Princess Kako attended the 52nd All Japan High School Equestrian Competition in Gotemba, Shizuoka Prefecture. She expressed condolences to the victims of heavy rain in western Japan and hoped for prompt recovery in the disaster areas at the opening ceremony.

Photos: Asahi, Getty Images

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Emperor Akihito donated some fish specimens to the museum after his 1978 visit. Next, Princess Mako will visit Amazonas and Pará states in northern Brazil, including merge points of the Amazon river. [Jiji]
They seem to have a nice tradition of revisiting places previously visited by the imperial family (among the articles you posted, one mentioned that she also planted one of Brazil's national trees as her grandfather did).

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The article below about the Araçatuba visit includes a sizable description on press restrictions. The press were placed, by the princess’ staff, at the entrance of the cultural center under the strong sun and they could not leave. Rules were emailed and printed out; journalists were expressly forbidden from walking in front of the princess, directing microphones at her, asking any questions, filming her lunch, and capturing candid photos.

Unfortunately the press location was poor as the princess did not end up facing them as she greeted the welcoming children. The press had to leave after the princess' speech.
Thanks for the summary! I have to wonder what, if any, profit to the monarchy/IHA is produced from such rigid restrictions as the ban on journalists asking any questions or even leaving.
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Getty Images July 23: Hirano Colony, a former immigrant settlement in Cafelandia, and Cultural Association Nipo Brazilian of Araçatuba

More photos at Princesa imperial do Japão visita Araçatuba aos 110 anos da imigração | Prefeitura Municipal de Araçatuba

Getty Images July 24: Museum of Zoology of the University of Sao Paulo

Emperor Akihito donated some fish specimens to the museum after his 1978 visit. Next, Princess Mako will visit Amazonas and Pará states in northern Brazil, including merge points of the Amazon river. [Jiji]

The article below about the Araçatuba visit includes a sizable description on press restrictions. The press were placed, by the princess’ staff, at the entrance of the cultural center under the strong sun and they could not leave. Rules were emailed and printed out; journalists were expressly forbidden from walking in front of the princess, directing microphones at her, asking any questions, filming her lunch, and capturing candid photos.

Unfortunately the press location was poor as the princess did not end up facing them as she greeted the welcoming children. The press had to leave after the princess' speech.

Princesa Mako, da Família Imperial Japonesa, visita Araçatuba | Regional Press

Some anxiety before Princess Mako travels to Manaus where 14 people were killed July 20-22 reportedly from drug violence. [Jiji]



ETA: Later on July 24th, Princess Mako arrived in Manaus, Amazonas in the afternoon. She visited the Nipo-Brazilian Association (Nipaku) in the Adrianopólis neighborhood and then met Governor Amazonino Mendes.

Photos/articles: Princesa Mako chega a Manaus para celebrar 110 anos da imigração japonesa

Princesa Mako chega a Manaus para celebrar 110 anos da imigração japonesa no Brasil | Amazonas | G1

https://twitter.com/AmazoninoAM/stat...40895908851714

Brazilian Portuguese is such a nice and soft sounding language as seen/heard in the YouTube clip above ! And the history of the immigrant populations in the late 19th century and early 20th century Brazil (not only the Japanese, but the Italians, Germans, Lebanese, etc.) is so epic. It is sad that part of Brazilian history seems like a distant past now.
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On July 25th, Princess Mako visited Amazonas Theater in Manaus and then boarded a boat to view porpoises in the Rio Negro and the Meeting of Waters (confluence of Rio Negro and Rio Solimões).

Princesa do Japão visita o Teatro Amazonas e faz passeio pelo Rio Negro

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ETA: https://twitter.com/sou_frxmlf/statu...36466331246593

ETA: On July 26th, Princess Mako visited the National Research Institute of the Amazon (INPA). She attended a presentation on INPA and the Museum in the Forest project, fed a manatee, viewed Tanimbuca - a 600 year old tree, and toured the House of Science where she inspected several species of fauna and flora and tried cashew juice. Mako loved the the big leaf Coccoloba plant.

The researchers and trainers said the princess showed interest in everything, was attentive, looking and asking questions.

Cute photos: Princess Mako do Japão encerra passagem por Manaus com visita ao Inpa

Princesa Mako alimenta filhote de peixe-boi em último dia de visita ao AM | Amazonas | G1

Princesa Mako visita Inpa em comemoração aos 110 anos de imigração japonesa no Brasil | Amazonas Notícias

Princesa Mako visita Inpa em comemoração aos 110 anos de imigração japonesa no Brasil | PORTAL DO AMAZONAS

https://twitter.com/Ascom_Inpa/statu...01299555180555

Leaving Blue Tree Premium Hotel in Manaus:
https://www.instagram.com/p/BltToD-g...fernandomsneto

Arriving in Belém, capital of Pará state:
https://twitter.com/RomaNewsOficial/...50850018308096

Princesa Mako do Japão já está em Belém - Portal Roma News

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On July 27th, Princess Mako met Governor Simão Jatene of Pará at the government palace/museum before traveling to Tomé-Açu, location of the 3rd largest Japanese colony in Brazil. She returns to Belém tomorrow for events at Ver-o-Peso market and Nipo-Brazilian Pan-Amazonian Association in the São Brás neighborhood.

Governador Simão Jatene recebe Princesa Mako no Palácio do Governo. Assista! - Portal Roma News

Princesa do Japão desembarca em Belém para cumprir agenda - Pará | DOL - Diário Online - Portal de Notícias

https://twitter.com/Celiolobo2/statu...43829173538816
https://twitter.com/correiocarajas/s...24098861580289
https://twitter.com/redepara/status/1022927275526946818
https://twitter.com/JL2edicao/status...68722380730368



ETA: lovely photos and blogger below reported the press restrictions were "a bummer" but Brazilians are "loose" and "dingy." Everyone broke protocol including the princess who was completely charming.

Blog da Franssinete Florenzano: Princesa Mako conquista o Pará

More photos/video: https://www.facebook.com/Dinho.Sampa...16812329204113

Video: Princess Mako visits Brazil's Amazon region - News - NHK WORLD - English
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She is the first Japanese imperial family member to visit Tome-Acu, located deep in the Amazon.

[...]

Princess Mako visited a graveyard of about 900 people, including Japanese immigrants. She said to a guide that there are so many Japanese graves, and offered flowers at a cenotaph.

The princess also visited a farm run by descendants of Japanese. She received a briefing on a variety of fruits grown in the region, as well as on cacao that is exported to Japan.
ETA: Princess Mako visited Ver-o-peso market complex, including the largest fair in Latin America, on the morning of July 28th.

Photos: https://www.facebook.com/PrefeituraB...18082588211263

Blogger report: Feira do Ver-o-Peso recebe visita da princesa Mako, do Japão - Blog Rede

Mako was charming, interested in everything, asked many questions about ceramics, exotic fruits, sea urchin, handicrafts, how to cook Maniçoba; she amazed at the variety of herbs at the herb stall and asked about their destination. Safety was ensured by 38 guards, 6 motorcycles, and 3 vehicles.
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On July 31st, Princess Mako returned to Japan.

Photos: Getty Images, Asahi
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More photos of Princess Mako in Manaus, Tomé-Açu, and Belém:

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nikkeyshimbun.jp 3

On August 1st, Princess Mako reported her safe return at the Imperial Palace's sanctuaries. I think there's a typo in the description. Should be 平成30 (2018) not 平成20 (2008)

ETA: On August 2nd, Princess Mako reported her safe return to Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko.
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On August 8th, Princess Mako travelled to Tottori Prefecture. She visited Yonago City Art Museum and appreciated the Obon festival using Japanese umbrellas. Tomorrow, Mako will attend the opening ceremony of the 1300th anniversary of Mt. Daisen in Yonago.

Photos: Sankei, Asahi, Getty Images
https://nordot-res.cloudinary.com/t_...3/origin_1.jpg
https://twitter.com/Suda_Yoshiki/sta...19727330103296
https://twitter.com/asahi_photo/stat...23698560045056
https://twitter.com/asahi_photo/stat...26221921615872

ETA: Princess Mako also attended a reception, meeting high school students participating in the 1300th Daisen anniversary and the director of the Hearing Impaired Support Facility.

https://www.jiji.com/news/photos/pho...0027892635.jpg

ETA: Mt. Daisen's 1300 Years of History Celebration (English PDF)

ETA: On August 9th, Princess Mako attended the 1300th anniversary of Mt. Daisen's opening in Yonago, Tottori Prefecture.

Photos: Asahi
http://www.sankei.com/images/news/18...8090041-p1.jpg

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I have a question about their titles after Naruhito's enthronement and Prince Fumihito becoming the Crown Prince. Will they lose 'of Akishino' and have a new titles?
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I have a question about their titles after Naruhito's enthronement and Prince Fumihito becoming the Crown Prince. Will they lose 'of Akishino' and have a new titles?
It's been a while since I've looked into this but I believe, yes, they will. Obviously, Fumihito and Kiko will just be referred to as the Crown Prince and Princess respectively. As for the children they will be given different names for official purposes. For instance, Princess Aiko's official name is Princess Toshi and that's what she is supposed to be referred to in the press and in official engagements and in private she is to be known as Aiko. However, this tradition hasn't really been followed because when Aiko was really young her parents would just refer to her as Aiko in their press conferences and the name just stuck. Because the Japanese people really do love her so her having a name that means "love child" couldn't fit better. So it's unknown just how much these new names will stick.


Full disclaimer, it has been a while since I've looked into this and I couldn't find much when I went to look it up again. But as far as I know, in Japanese these are known as "childhood names" and they are only given to the children of the Emperor and the Crown Prince. These names fall off either when they reach the age of majority (20) or when they get married but I can't remember which. So the Mako and Kako might not get new names. If thats the case, they would just be referred to Princess Mako and Princess Kako without any mention of the Akishino house.
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It's been a while since I've looked into this but I believe, yes, they will. Obviously, Fumihito and Kiko will just be referred to as the Crown Prince and Princess respectively.

Will Fumihito really be titled as Crown Prince? Because therotically it could still be possible of Naruhito to father a son. In similiar cases in eurpean Royal Houses the Heirs (for exapmple Elizabeth II., or Margrethe II.) never where officailly named as Heir because it would still have been possible for their fathers to have a son.
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This post in the abdication thread indicates government and IHA intend to keep Akishino-no-miya. I don't recall new titles beyond "Koshi" aka Crown Prince for Fumihito in the abdication bill regarding the Akishino family. While it's reasonable to assume Kiko will be titled Crown Princess, I expect Mako, Kako, and Hisahito to remain Princess/Prince of Akishino or perhaps use the combinations "Koshi-Akishino-no-miya" or "Akishino-no-miya-Koshi."

The "childhood" titles are not dropped at 20. When the media was more formal, Sayako as still called Nori-no-miya at the time of her engagement and she was 35 then. Was Naruhito "Prince Hiro" until the investiture ceremony? Usually new titles are conferred on marriage although Prince Yoshihito of Mikasa was given Prince Katsura (Katsura-no-miya) without marriage.
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On August 25th, Princess Mako attended the 35th National High School Sign Language Speech Contest held in Chiyoda, Tokyo. Ten students from across the country were selected for the competition; a 3rd year from Fukushima Prefecture who aims to be a special support teacher was the winner.

ETA: Asahi gallery
https://www.jiji.com/news/photos/pho...0028028725.jpg

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