Japanese princess is ready give up her royal status because she will marry a beach tourism worker

A Japanese princess will give up her royal status when she marries a beach tourism worker she met in a restaurant.



Princess Mako, is the granddaughter of Japan’s emperor, and will be  getting married to ocean lover Kei Komuro who she claimed  that he can ski, play the violin and cook.

He is a student at the at International Christian University in Tokyo,, Princess mako is an alumni  and once she says ‘I do’, she will lose her status – despite being Emperor Akihito’s granddaughter – as Japanese tradition dictates and become a commoner.They met at a restaurant in Tokyo’s Shibuya about five years ago at a party to talk about studying abroad, and have been seeing more of each other in recent months.Komuro has worked as ‘Prince of the Sea’ to promote tourism to the beaches of Shonan in Kanagawa prefecture, a report on public broadcaster NHK said.


Source: DailyMail


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