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Australian 08-30-2004 01:11 AM

Visits Down Under
I wonder if the Japanes royal family have visited AUstralia, we are not that far away from them. I would like to see a Japan/Australia visit. Australian state visit to Japan and Japan to AUstralia.

hello1111 08-30-2004 02:54 AM

Whats the point in the japanese family visiting australia. is there a point

hillary_nugent 08-30-2004 03:18 AM


Originally Posted by hello1111
Whats the point in the japanese family visiting australia. is there a point

ahum...well for starters Australia is located in an economic region known as the Asia-Oceania region or Asia-Pacific region so it would make sense that Australia would strengthen its political relationship with any Asian state which in turn may help strengthen the economy within this region...Also Australia tends to have stronger political relationship with continents further away such as North America and Europe but we should really get to know our closer neighbours first don't you think...? ^___^

Australis 02-28-2005 08:57 AM

For the bit I know I do not think Australians will be too excited about the Japan Royals coming to visit them here. There are still some hard feelings about the war few years ago......... a midget submarine around Sydney ........ and few bombs falling around Darwin .......

mandyy 07-26-2005 10:46 PM

Crown Prince Naruhito and Princess Masako have visited Australia and New Zealand in December of 2002, you can check out post # 71-75 in this following page.

Here is a page of their press conference before they left Japan in Dec 5, 2002.

ailstalia 07-27-2005 02:31 AM

there were SO many japanese tourists in australia when i visited =D japanese tourists boost the economy everywhere ;) it would be beneficial to both countries if they had a friendly relationship

Warren 07-27-2005 03:52 AM

Japan is Australia's number one trading partner. In a few years it will be China. Australia's economic growth and continuing prosperity are very much bound up with SE Asia.

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