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Japanese Princess Departs for Bhutan for Nine-Day Visit

BEIJING The eldest granddaughter of Emperor Akihito of Japan, Princess Mako, left for Bhutan on Wednesday for a nine-day visit.

The 25-year-old princess, the eldest daughter of Prince Akishino second son of the emperor and second in line to the throne is expected to arrive in Bhutan on Thursday after a brief stop in Singapore.

This is her third official overseas trip and comes just two weeks after the announcement of her engagement to a college friend, 25-year-old legal assistant Kei Komuro.

Mako will receive a welcome ceremony in the capital Thimphu, and will later meet with Japanese volunteers in the country.

She is also expected to visit a flower exhibition in Thimpu, and travel to the iconic Buddhist temple Taktshang in Paro valley.

 

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