Japan's Princess Mako to lose royal status by marrying commoner

Japanese Princess Mako, the eldest granddaughter of Emperor … Asked about the problem of the shortage in royals, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told a news conference: “There is no change in our view to proceed with consideration of steps to …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Birds of Tokyo ‘can’t wait’ for ...
views 183
Send any news tips to anna.hartley@qt.com.au BIRDS...
U.S. 'Wants Trade to Dominate Economic Talks ...
views 204
The United States is pushing for trade to be a key...
‘Smaller’ earthquakes pose greater risk than the n...
views 105
One side will rush west, toward Japan. The other s...
Tokyo organizers reach agreement on allocation of ...
views 207
TOKYO -- Organizers of the Tokyo Olympics reached ...
The twilight of Tokyo's legendary fish market
views 160
But Tokyo's recently elected governor ... Hiroyasu...
Japan index investors go with the flow
views 234
The Bank of Japan is another big user of the passi...
Japan steel scandal grows as more carmakers hit
views 90
Top Japanese automakers said Wednesday they were s...
Making Japanese small business thrive
views 117
MENLO PARK, CALIFORNIA – Japan and the European Un...
Suu Kyi's long-awaited Tokyo trip
views 176
Tokyo has been clamouring for some time for the My...
Awesome Osaka: Astonishing, vibrant, exciting city
views 193
It's regarded in Osaka as where the locals shop, s...