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Welcome to the Imperial Family of Japan Jewels Thread, Part 2

Commencing June 28th, 2023

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Princess Masako wore her mother's secondary tiara (Mikasa pearl drop), the same tiara her sister Yasuko wore at her Choken-no-Gi ceremony in 1966.

AFLO image of Princess Masako leaving the Imperial Palace. AFLO misidentifies her as "Yoko"

Yogi Beauty Salon prepared Princess Masako for the Choken-no-Gi which happened on September 28 (image from Easthall shows 9月28日 aka 9th month, 28th day in the text).

https://www.yogi.co.jp/wp-content/themes/yogibeautysalon/assets/images/about-history-1983.png

Yogi prepared many Imperial ladies for marriage or coming-of-age: https://www.yogi.co.jp/about/history/

Princess Masako married Masayuki Sen on October 14, 1983 in Kyoto. It would have been too much for Choken-no-Gi + palace sanctuaries worship in Tokyo and then everyone traveling to Kyoto for the wedding ceremonies on the same day.
 
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:previous: Princess Masako wore her mother's secondary tiara (Mikasa pearl drop), the same tiara her sister Yasuko wore at her Choken-no-Gi ceremony in 1966.

AFLO image of Princess Masako leaving the Imperial Palace. AFLO misidentifies her as "Yoko"

Yogi Beauty Salon prepared Princess Masako for the Choken-no-Gi which happened on September 28 (image from Easthall shows 9月28日 aka 9th month, 28th day in the text).

https://www.yogi.co.jp/wp-content/themes/yogibeautysalon/assets/images/about-history-1983.png

Yogi prepared many Imperial ladies for marriage or coming-of-age: https://www.yogi.co.jp/about/history/

Princess Masako married Masayuki Sen on October 14, 1983 in Kyoto. It would have been too much for Choken-no-Gi + palace sanctuaries worship in Tokyo and then everyone traveling to Kyoto for the wedding ceremonies on the same day.

Thanks a lot, Prisma. I did not know this information. Thank you! :flowers:
 
:previous: Princess Masako wore her mother's secondary tiara (Mikasa pearl drop), the same tiara her sister Yasuko wore at her Choken-no-Gi ceremony in 1966.

AFLO image of Princess Masako leaving the Imperial Palace. AFLO misidentifies her as "Yoko"

Yogi Beauty Salon prepared Princess Masako for the Choken-no-Gi which happened on September 28 (image from Easthall shows 9月28日 aka 9th month, 28th day in the text).

https://www.yogi.co.jp/wp-content/themes/yogibeautysalon/assets/images/about-history-1983.png

Yogi prepared many Imperial ladies for marriage or coming-of-age: https://www.yogi.co.jp/about/history/

Princess Masako married Masayuki Sen on October 14, 1983 in Kyoto. It would have been too much for Choken-no-Gi + palace sanctuaries worship in Tokyo and then everyone traveling to Kyoto for the wedding ceremonies on the same day.

Does exists a photo of Masako and not of Yoko?
 
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